Making Multicultural Australia


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  Tait, David; Alcorso, Caroline; Castles, Stephen; Collins, Jock and Gibson, Katherine
Shop Full of Dreams: Ethnic Small Business in Australia
The first chapter of a 1995 book which documents the experiences of immigrants involved in small business - both the dreams and the nightmares - and places them in the wider national and international social and economic contexts.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 29 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Tardent, Henry and Various authors
Muses magazine
Selected pages from Muses magazine, a publication launched in 1927 as a “review of the musical, artistic, literary and intellectual life of Queensland”.
Format: pdf | Size: 2.4 MB | Length: 12 pages | Date Added: 20 February 2006 | | VIEW |
  Tavan, Gwenda
End of White Australia - by Gwenda Tavan
Gwenda Tavan summarises her argument about the end of White Australia
Format: pdf | Size: 100 KB | Length: 1 Page | Date Added: 16 February 2009 | | VIEW |
  Taylor, Penny
‘Telling it like it is’
Excerpts from Penny Taylor’s discussion of indigenous people’s perspectives on recounting the past from Teaching Heritage
Format: doc | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 17 July 2002 | | VIEW |
  Tench, Captain Watkin
Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay
One of the commanders in the First Fleet describes the proceedings when the British established the settlement at Sydney Cove in 1788, in Sydney’s First Four Years – a reprint of a Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson 1788-1791.
Format: pdf | Size: 268K | Length: 1 page | Date Added: 26 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Terry Hastings and Kate Dimech
Veiled ambition - story of a Lebanese woman
Frida's dream is to run her own fashion business - read the study guide and then see the series
Format: pdf | Size: 1.6 MB | Length: 7 Pages | Date Added: 10 March 2009 | | VIEW |
  Themal, Uri
Multiculturalism: a unifying force?
Uri Themal rejects the notion that multiculturalism is divisive, rather that it can be used to reduce tensions in Australia caused by international crises.
Format: pdf | Size: 23 KB | Length: 1 page | Date Added: 05 March 2006 | | VIEW |
  Theophanous, Andrew
Access and Equity: Opening the door
The Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister Paul Keating in 1995 explains the principles behind the Federal Government’s Access and Equity Strategy, which he says has become the principal means for delivering social justice to non-English speaking background Australians.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 01 April 2002 | | VIEW |
  Totaro, Paolo; Castles, Stephen; Cope, Bill and Kalantzis, Mary
The End of Multiculturalism? or... From Margins to the Centre
Two views on the “mainstreaming” of services to migrants in light of the cuts in the 1986 Budget, both criticising the Federal Government’s application of the policy, though Paolo Totaro of the NSW Ethnic Affairs Commission says it can work effectively for migrants, and has done so in his state.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 29 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Tracy, Noel; Ip, David; Kitay, Jim; Lever-Tracy, Constance and Phillips, Irene
Asian Entrepreneurs in Australia
The executive summary of this 1991 report which looks into ethnic small business in the Chinese and Indian communities in Brisbane and Sydney, and finds high levels of successful, independent businesses among these two migrant groups.
Format: pdf | Size: 337K | Length: 9 pages | Date Added: 26 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Tzannes, Ross
Making Multiculturalism Work
On the 20th anniversary of the ECC of NSW in 1995, former chairperson Ross Tzannes hails multiculturalism as the basis for Australia’s national cohesion, but says there is still a crucial need for acceptance that the policy applies to all Australians.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 01 April 2002 | | VIEW |