Have your say on one of the most challenging social policy questions of our time.
The NSW Government is consulting with communities on how we can build on the strengths of our multicultural society and work together to protect our young people from hateful and violent influences by offering safe community connections and support.
The Minister for Multiculturalism, the Hon. John Ajaka MLC, wants to hear directly from the community.
He has invited submissions to inform the scope and nature of a new $4 million program announced in the 2015 NSW Budget, to be implemented over the next two years. The Minister wants to learn from community experiences and perspectives, and build on successful community practices and partnerships.
Following the events at Martin Place in December last year, the people of NSW showed the world how we respond to violence and terror with human kindness, compassion and multicultural unity.
It is important we keep working together in this way to protect young Australians from hateful and violent influences and offer them opportunities to be involved fully in our society.
HAVE YOUR SAY
Have your say now, download the submission form and use it to share your views with the NSW Government.
For further information, visit the Multicultural NSW website.