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The Annual Report details the activities of Multicultural NSW.

All Annual Reports are available online in PDF format as listed below. Hard copies of more recent Annual Reports can be obtained if in stock. To request a hard copy of an Annual Report, or any Multicultural NSW publication, please use the Contact Us form.

All the reports are in pdf format and require the free Adobe Reader to view online or print. The reader can be downloaded from Adobe at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.

2017-2018 Annual Report

Our multicultural identity is one of New South Wales’ greatest assets and is recognised as a social and economic advantage. Building on the accomplishments of our predecessors, the Ethnic Affairs Commission and Community Relations Commission, Multicultural NSW has been actively contributing to our State’s social tapestry for over four decades.  Find out more here

2016-2017 Annual Report

In 2016-17 As Multicultural NSW approaches the final leg of our roadmap Harmony in Action: Strategic Plan 20142017, we look to the future to build on our successes, take stock of our learnings, and imagine an even more resilient and harmonious multicultural NSW.

Harmony in Action refreshed and reinvigorated our agency across all operational areas and as the custodians of the Multicultural Principles of our State. The most recent national census demonstrates the irresistible force of cultural diversity. As we grow, we are becoming more and more culturally diverse and this diversity represents our collective resource and a most significant asset.

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2015-2016 Annual Report

In 2015-2016 Multicultural NSW’s journey of transformation, guided by the Harmony In Action strategic plan, continued.

The year had many highlights, including The COMPACT Grants Program and COMPACT Alliance, our inaugural Community Engagement Strategy, re-establishing 12 new Regional Advisory Councils, collaborating with the Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia (FECCA) on the biennial FECCA Sydney conference, and a collaboration to develop cultural competence training with SBS and International Education Services.

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