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Publications 2008 - 2009

Stack of multicultural publicaations produced by OMIThe Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) produces a range of publications to advise, educate and inform on subjects related to cultural diversity. Publications include reports, planning guides for local governments, policy documents and snapshots of WA's cultural diversity. 

These publications are all available for download.

Office of Multicultural Interests Strategic Plan 2009–2013

Reports, Orations and Seminars

Amorette Dyer, Achieving Apprenticeships and Traineeships for People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds (2009), Extra Edge Community Services, Rainbow Coast Neighborhood Centre (Albany), Joblink Midwest (Geraldton)

Across Government Working Party on Settlement Issues for African Humanitarian Entrants (2009), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

African Implementation Committee Report: The Settlement Issues for African Humanitarian Entrants in Western Australia (2009), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Not Drowning, Waving: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) Young People in Western Australia (2009), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Angela Y. Davis, Recognizing Racism in the Era of Neoliberalism (2008), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

John Sanderson, Rights and Sustainability: Negotiating a new social framework for the Australian landscape in the age of information
(2009), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Samina Yasmeen, Understanding Muslim Identities: From perceived relative exclusion to inclusion
(2008), Centre for Muslim States and Societies, Perth, Australia

Professor Ruth Rentschler, Dr Huong Le, Angela Osborne, Western Australia Intercultural Arts Research Project: An investigation into issues faced by culturally and linguistically diverse artists in Western Australia (2009), Centre for Leisure Management Research

Other helpful publications

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) have updated the very useful ‘Face the Facts’ publication. The booklet addresses some prevailing myths concerning immigration, refugees and Indigenous peoples by presenting the basic facts.

Disclaimer

Seminar papers, orations, presentations, research and other reports relating to contemporary issues in multiculturalism and racism and other initiatives organised by the Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) are provided for your interest. These papers are not published by OMI and remain the property of the presenters and researchers.