WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION
PROMOTING MULTICULTURALISM, ETHNIC AFFAIRS, CULTURAL DIVERSITY, COMMUNITY UNITY AND HARMONY IN ONE OF THE MOST CULTURALLY DIVERSE STATES OF THE WORLD, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA.
NEW ZEALAND DIPLOMATS VISIT THE CRC
04 March 2014
The High Commissioner of New Zealand in Australia, His Excellency Chris Reed, meets the CRC Chief Executive Officer, Hakan Harman at the Commission headquarters in Sydney.
The New Zealand High Commissioner to Australia, His Excellency Chris Seed, and the New Zealand Consul General in Sydney, Martin Welsh, paid an official visit to the Community Relations Commission today.
They met with the Chief Executive Officer, Hakan Harman, to discuss the management of cultural diversity in New South Wales and in particular the welfare of former New Zealanders living in the state.
RECOGNISING NSW'S TOP MULTICULTURAL MEDIA PROFESSIONALS
14 February 2014
NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell
Media professionals who do an outstanding job delivering news to the State's ethnic communities have been recognised at the Premier's Multicultural Media Awards.
NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell and Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello attended the awards at Doltone House in Sydney last night.
Mr O'Farrell says the growth of the State's ethnic media reflects NSW's status as one of the most multicultural societies in the world.
The Premier's Multicultural Media Awards are one of the feature events of Multicultural March, a celebration of one of the State's greatest assets – its cultural diversity.
The awards were conducted by the NSW Community Relations Commission and adjudicated by an independent panel of academics and media experts.
MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY INCLUSION GRANTS EXTENDED
05 February 2014
Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello today announced a second round of NSW Government grants of up to $20,000 to help fund projects focusing on inter-cultural and inter-faith activities.
Community Inclusion Grants, part of the Community Relation Commission's $1.4 million Multicultural Advantage Grants Program, support local organisations which work to promote community harmony.
The CRC will hold four Community Inclusion Grant information sessions, starting next week, to assist people to understand the guidelines and the application process.
Applications open on 11 February and close on 14 March 2014 and must be sent to the CRC office or by email to: email@example.com.