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Ministerial Forum on Multicultural Affairs an important first
FECCA welcomes Commonwealth Home Support Program – Sector Support and Development funding extension
FECCA backs calls for establishment of anti-racism strategy and campaign
No place for racism in response to coronavirus
New ABC statistics show migrants’ strong contribution to economy
FECCA welcomes Refugee Settlement report and Government’s response
FECCA welcoms Labor’s caucus committee on multicultural affairs
Dementia research must include CALD Australians
FECCA expresses condolences at passing of Aged Care Royal Commission chair Richard Tracey
Queensland to host multicultural affairs ministers in 2020
Australia must stop discriminating against refugees with disabilities
FECCA welcomes Aged Care Royal Commission extension period
Visa appeal backlog unacceptable: FECCA
FECCA calls for compassionate grounds to be considered in case of Tamil family’s visa bid
New report shows economic benefit of improving social inclusion
Hard work of disability advocates rewarded with VISA policy changes
Toolkit to help CALD people tell their stories to Aged Care Royal Commission
Senate right to reject Hanson’s proposed immigration plebiscite
FECCA welcomes abandonment of plans to make citizenship test stricter
FECCA welcomes extension of SA Governor’s term
FECCA welcomes new Morrison Ministry
FECCA congratulates re-elected Morrison Government
Party Responses to FECCA Election Platform 2019
New report aims to improve advocacy outcomes for migrant communities
FECCA pays tribute to Bob Hawke
FECCA welcomes Labor’s aged care funding pledge for cultural diverse Australians
FECCA welcomes launch of dedicated SBS world movies channel
FECCA welcomes swift action to disendorse racist candidate
FECCA welcomes pledge to strengthen Human Rights Commission and back anti-racism campaigns
FECCA calls on all parties to preference One Nation last
FECCA welcomes funding to support older CALD Australians
FECCA welcomes disability royal commission
FECCA appoints new CEO
Condolences on passing of Archbishop Stylianos
Cutting migrant intake sends wrong message to Australian community
FECCA statement on Christchurch shooting
FECCA urges caution on aged care working visas
Aged Care Diversity Action Plan an important step towards equality for older CALD Australians
FECCA welcomes launch of Aged Care System Navigator trails