The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) was a landmark in Australian race relations. It was a legislative expression of a new commitment to multiculturalism and it reflected the ratification by Australia of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Racial Discrimination Act, the Australian Human Rights Commission developed resources aimed at raising awareness about the Act and how it can be used to protect against racial discrimination and vilification.
The resources include an educational video, accompanying PowerPoint presentation, poster and postcard. If you want hard copies of the poster and postcards please contact us at email@example.com
- Click here for Racial discrimination? Know your rights. video;
- Click here for the accompanying PowerPoint presentation, Racial Discrimination? Know your rights poster and Know your rights postcard.
- Click here for the Freedom from Discrimination: Report on the 40th anniversary of the Racial Discrimination Act (National Consultation Report 2015);
- Click here for information on Commissioner Soutphommasane's book, I'm not Racist but...; and
- Click here for Perspectives on the Racial Discrimination Act, papers from the 40 years of the Racial Discrimination Act Conference in February 2015.