Australian Multicultural Foundation
The website of the Australian Multicultural Foundation offer access to useful resources pertaining to the issues of multiculturalism in Australia. The site includes a list of national and international events, symposiums and conferences relating to multiculturalism, as well as a documents and reports of the foundation’s ongoing research projects.
This multiculturalism focused site facilitates social interaction through people communicating their experiences of multiculturalism. The site implements a system in which anyone can post their experiences and stories in a magazine like format.
The Chinese Museum in Melbourne
This museum documents, preserves and displays the history of Australians of Chinese descent.
Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA)
FECCA operates a detailed site providing information on multiculturalism in Australia. The site is comprehensive and includes media releases, links, reports, events, news items and a page outlining people’s experiences of multiculturalism in Australia.
The Immigration Museum (part of the Museum of Victoria) provides information relating to its current exhibitions, programmes and events. The site also offers useful resources for those interested in the migration history of Victoria and Australia, including educational kits, information fact sheets and an online Question/Answer forum where users can ask an expert about any matter relating to the museum’s multicultural themes.
The Jewish Museum of Australia
The web site of a museum located in Melbourne dedicated to the conservation, preservation and exhibition of Jewish heritage, arts, customs and religious practice in all its diversity.
Making Multicultural Australia for the 21st Century
A site that provides an extensive range of educational resources relating to multiculturalism in Australia. The number of resources is very large and includes audio-visual materials. The site’s online library includes a unique tool for browsing the resources, as well as a list of links.
The Migration Museum in Adelaide
The web site of the Migration Museum in Adelaide. The site highlights current exhibitions and promotes the museums as an educational resource that provides information on the contribution that immigrants and refugees have made to South Australia, and to the nation as a whole.
National Multicultural Festival
The home page for the National Multicultural Festival. A ten day event held in February that celebrates the richness and diversity of cultures in Australia through a variety of entertainment. The site includes a programme and timetable.
SBS - Special Broadcasting Service
The home page of the most prominent multicultural broadcaster in Australia. The SBS web site provides access to a large number of resources through the implementation of wide variety of media formats (documents, links, fact sheets, streaming video/radio, blogs and podcasts).
Step One provides information about multicultural issues to community groups and councils. Research reports, Web links, government resources and case studies are all available from this site.
The Sydney Jewish Museum
The Sydney Jewish Museum has two permanent exhibitions: one on the Holocaust and one on the Australian Jewish experience from 1788 to the present time.
Zillmere Multicultural Festival
The website of a multicultural festival celebrated each year in Brisbane. The site is largely promotional, but it offers information for those interested in attending or participating in the festival. The page also provides links to other multicultural festivals and organisations.
The links on this website are intended to provide reliable information on various themes related to the study of bigotry. None are run by the Freilich Foundation, and the Foundation is not responsible for their content. Any comments about the suitability of these links - or suggestions for new ones - should be directed to the Freilich Foundation.