This annual report discusses the state of community relations in NSW and the role played by NSW Government Agencies
The Community Relations Report is produced annually by Multicultural NSW. It provides a wide spectrum of New South Wales Government initiatives and partnerships with the community that have carried forward the implementation of this State's Priniciples of Multiculturalism.
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It is a pleasure to submit the 2015-2016 report on the state of community relations in NSW for presentation by the Minister for Multiculturalism to the Parliament of New South Wales.
Section 3 of this report provides an overview of the Multicultural Policies and Services Program. Some examples of how agencies are taking a diversity lens to the delivery of their services and programs can be found in pages 39-52. We also encourage you to peruse the detailed reports of designated agencies reporting to us in 2016 available on the Multicultural Policies and Services Program (MPSP) section of our website.
It is a pleasure to submit this 19th annual report on the state of community relations in NSW during the 2014-2015 financial year for presentation by the Minister for Multiculturalism, the Honourable John Ajaka MLC, to the Parliament of New South Wales.
We have pleasure in submitting this 18th annual report on the state of community relations in NSW for presentation by the Minister for Citizenship and Communities, the Honourable Victor Dominello MP, to Parliament.
As the recently-appointed Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW (CRC), we are pleased to submit this report to Parliament documenting ‘the state of community relations in NSW’.
I commenced as the Chair of the Community Relations Commission (formerly Ethnic Affairs Commission) in 1989. Over these years, I have witnessed overwhelming success in all areas of multiculturalism. The Community Relations Report 2012 testifies to this success and makes visible the efforts to comply with the Community Relations Commission and Principles of Multiculturalism Act (2000).
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