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Parramatta communities fight a common threat

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The first film of seven to engage local residents about the prevalence of racism in the Parramatta area will launch at Parramatta's Event Cinemas as well as online.

The 'One Parramatta' project, funded by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, provides young people with information about how to speak up when they witness racism in the community...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:42

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Arthur Beetson memory invokes calls to close the gap

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Queensland's peak Indigenous health organisation has joined forces with the Arthur Beetson Foundation to urge the Newman Government to meet its financial commitments to the national close the gap campaign.

At the start of NAIDOC Week Selwyn Button, CEO of the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, said that the Indigenous health sector...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 15:07

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