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It’s time for a national anti-racism campaign

Since the outbreak of coronavirus there has been a rise in misinformation and xenophobia towards the Asian community. I was in Box Hill last week in the Eastern suburbs of …

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Trump’s goal of ‘Making Federal Buildings Beautiful Again’ with Greek ideals angers US architects

Decades of federal architectural policy would be upended if the Trump administration follows through on an executive order that was leaked to the Architectural Record on 4 February. Titled “Making …

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Pontians object to Turkish President Erdogan’s ANZAC Day visit to Australia

The Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia vehemently objects the President of Turkey’s upcoming visit to Australia to attend the ANZAC Day commemoration events. Any leader of a nation that …

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Looking for love on an app? You might be looking for a ghost

Consider the moments you have fallen in love. If you unpick the threads, you will quickly find much of the falling occurred in the mind. Many artefacts that go towards …

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Raising multilingual children is a way of life

It’s Friday after school, and while other parents begin the mad rush to ferry their kids off to various sport-related extracurricular activities – basketball, soccer, netball, swimming, ballet – my …

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Beyond 200: Greece 2021 Independence logo revealed – but does it express the Revolution?

Rigas Pheraios, in his famous pre-Revolutionary poem: Thourios, conceived of the Greek revolution as a movement that would unite peoples of all creeds and colours against tyranny and intolerance. He …

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Labor wants to resuscitate its Multicultural Policy

The Australian Labor Party (ALP) wants to reignite its commitment to multiculturalism and migrant aspiration. Its defeat to the Coalition last year shone a light on what many see as …

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Thought of the Day: BREXIT domino effect

BREXIT has become a reality and will mark a new era in the history of the UK. What is taking place is  certainly a revolution in the making! Irrespective of …

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Web Words: Readers share their views from multiculturalism to censorship

Rebooting Multicultural Australia John Giannikos Despite the author’s claims to the contrary, Western Australia is incredibly diverse. It has a significantly higher portion of overseas born than national average, including …

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Diatribe: Re-mooting multiculturalism, and the contradictions of foreign languages in Australian classrooms

“The anaemic responses to multicultural policy by Labor and Coalition since the mid-90s, that Dr Aly alludes to, has allowed race and new identity politics, born in the US, to …