A key objective of the Queensland Government’s Cultural Diversity Policy is to increase the level of participation of culturally and linguistically diverse Queenslanders in the economy. Non-government incorporated organisations are encouraged to apply for funding under the Economic Participation Grants program for projects to help migrants and refugees get jobs or to start and grow their own businesses.
Read our latest deadly story - Neerim believes that the education he received combined with the stories and history from his parents, have given him a well-rounded and critical understanding of the country he lives in…
The spectacular 2014 Premier’s Cultural Diversity Awards trophies were designed by artist Dusan Bojic. Each trophy is an individual piece of glass art, hand painted and embellished with crystals. Read more about this years’ award winners who received one of these beautifully hand crafted awards.
The Queensland Cultural Diversity Action Plan has been released. The Action Plan outlines the steps the Queensland Government will take to ensure all Queenslanders can fully participate in our economy and society.
If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and you or your family were born in Queensland, the Government may be able to help you find information about your personal history.
The Annual Bulletin for Queensland's Discrete Indigenous Communities: 2012-2013 is available upon request by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org