COMPACT stands for Community, in Partnership, taking Action to safeguard Australia's peaceful and harmonious way of life.
More information is provided in the COMPACT Grant Frequently Asked Questions
The Multicultural NSW COMPACT program supports an alliance of community partners who are committed to addressing and resolving community issues and tensions and safeguarding Australia’s peaceful and harmonious way of life against extremist hate, violence and division.
COMPACT supports local solutions-based projects that bring young Australians together to promote positive behaviours and engage critically, creatively and constructively on local and global issues impacting on social cohesion and community harmony.
COMPACT recognises that, whatever may be taking place in the complex world we live in, solutions start at home. It starts with families talking to each other and having the resources and support they need to address issues and tensions. It starts with local communities working together, supporting each other and building on the strengths of our culturally diverse success story.
COMPACT takes a whole-of-society approach to community resilience, youth engagement and conflict resolution.
In our program ‘resilience’ means proactively building and maintaining strong, secure, responsive and aware community networks that can be mobilised to respond to challenges and threats to community harmony, resolve conflict and actively promote social cohesion.
COMPACT encourages partnerships and collaboration between relevant community, non-government, youth, sports, arts/media and educational organisations by providing grant funding for innovative evidence based community projects.
The COMPACT Program brochure provides further information.
COMPACT PROGRAM FUNDED INITIATIVES
United Muslim Women’s Association
Moving towards middle ground: Informing, engaging and evolving perspectives on violent extremism
Australian Red Cross Society with NSW State Emergency Service, Multicultural Youth Affairs Network, NSW Service for the Treatment of Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors
Young Humanitarians Project
Police and Citizens Youth Clubs NSW (PCYC Parramatta, Liverpool and Belmore) with NSW Police Force Youth Command
Community Resilience Engaging Solutions Together (CREST)
All Together Now with Youth Action, Western Sydney University and Macquarie University
Community Action for Preventing Extremism (CAPE) NSW: promoting resilience and response to far-right extremism.
Sydney Youth Connect
The Sydney 2020 Youth Challenge
Bankstown Youth Development Service with Bankstown City Council, Bankstown Poetry Slam, Sir Joseph Banks High School, Together for Humanity, and other local partners
Inclusion: Celebrating stories of strength
Youth Off The Streets with the Australian Multicultural Foundation
St George Youth Services with Enough is Enough Anti-Violence Movement, Advance Diversity Services and St George Police and Citizens Youth Club
CONNECT UP! - Youth against violence and racism
NSW Auburn Islamic Cultural Centre (Auburn Gallipoli Mosque)
"5 b4 5" Youth Leadership Program
Lebanese Muslim Association with Islamic Council of NSW
IQRA: Educating Young Australian Muslims
Australian Rugby League Commission with Moving Forward Together Association
IN LEAGUE IN HARMONY - STAND UP, REACH OUT, BE UNITED
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