2 June 2005

'Voices of Australia' Project

Tell Your Story for the 'Voices of Australia' Project

To mark the 30th anniversary of the Racial Discrimination Act, the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission is putting together 'Voices of Australia' -- a magazine and audio CD of real-life stories about diversity and living together in contemporary Australia.

Themes include: 'unexpected friendships', 'breaking down barriers', 'racism ... not in my backyard' and 'from tolerance to respect'.

'Voices of Australia' will be distributed to community groups, schools, libraries, local councils, religious groups, government agencies and other groups around the country.

Closing date: Friday 22 July 2005. For more information go to: http://www.hreoc.gov.au/voices/index.html

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