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The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters Council (NEMBC) is the peak organisation of ethnic community broadcasters in Australia. It harnesses the expertise of more than 4000 volunteers from 125 cultural groups to broadcast over 2000 hours of programs each week, in English, Congolese, Punjabi, Farsi, Filipino and other languages.

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Disability Disability Rights

Mr Graeme Innes AM - Honours reference

It has been an extraordinary privilege to know Graeme and share in his work towards achieving a fair go for all members of Australian society and in particular for people with disabilities.

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Commission Commission – General

2008 Media Release: Ban on alcohol destined to build brighter future

Extending the ban on full and mid-strength take away alcohol for an indefinite period in Western Australia’s Fitzroy Crossing is a step in the right direction, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Tom Calma and Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick said today.

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The Copy Collective is committed to workplace flexibility and dedicated to employing people with disabilities, people who are gender diverse and people who live in regional Australia. The company’s flexible work policy enables people to achieve economic independence and greater enjoyment of their rights.

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Disability Disability Rights

Local Government - gatekeepers to a more accessible community

I also acknowledge Ms Jenny Merkus, President of the Local Government Community Services Association of Australia (LGCSAA). I would like to congratulate Jenny and other members of the conference planning committee who have put together a varied and exciting program of speakers. I also acknowledge Mayors, councillors and distinguished ghuests and speakers who have travelled from around Australia to be here.

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Welcome to Australia is responsible for the Walk Together event, which brings together thousands of people from nearly 30 towns and cities to celebrate diversity and promote compassion and generosity. Welcome to Australia has also devised the Welcoming Cities project, which seeks to address and embrace the challenges and opportunities of migration by working with local government and communities to create more welcoming and inclusive communities.

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Disability Disability Rights

Westpac launch of DDA Action Plan

Thank you, Dr Morgan, for the invitation to attend this launch of the Westpac Disability Discrimination Act Action Plan. I am most pleased to formally receive a copy for the Commission to register.

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Race Race Discrimination

Opening Speech, Equal Dialogues forum (2010)

Welcome to the Commission and thank you all for coming here today, to this forum on Equal Dialogues. Most of us in this room are passionate about multiculturalism, and about human rights. This is why we are here. Most of us in this room are concerned about racism and related forms of discrimination. We don't need persuading about the urgent need to protect human rights, and to understand cultural diversity.

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