Governments around Australia have made building social cohesion and tackling extremism a top priority. This conference will explore what the evidence tells us about what’s working in these areas as well as where the gaps are and how we can overcome them. There will be a strong focus on the experience of young people and how we can work more effectively with them.
'Extremism is a challenge all Australians must address... We are the most successful and harmonious multicultural society in the world. The richness of our diversity is one of our nation's greatest strengths and we must protect and defend it dearly'
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, November 2015
Small NGOs: AUD 1399,
NGOs and Local Government: AUD 2099,
State and Federal Government: AUD 2399,
Commercial Solution Providers: AUD 3799
Speakers: Tasneem Chopra, Dr B. (Hass) Dellal AO, Mark Duckworth, Dr Clarke Jones, Nicole Matejic, Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp, Anooshe Mushtaq, Kuranda Seyit, Amirah Armin, Mohammad Al-khafaji, Dr Julian Droogan, Dr Hussein Tahiri, Professor Andrew Markus, Mandy Bathgate, Aziz Cooper, Shaykh Wesam Charkaw, Australian Multicultural Foundation
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