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ABOUT THE CULTURE OF CONNECTION
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | DANIELA’S CREATION
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | HOW SADIA NAVIGATES THE PANDEMIC
COVID-19 COMMUNITY INFORMATION SESSIONS
MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH QUEENSLAND’S AFRICAN COMMUNITIES
O IS FOR THE OPENHEARTED | INDRANI'S CORONAVIRUS POEM
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | SAVE THE CHILDREN’S IT TAKES A VILLAGE PLAYGROUP AND MAKE YOUR OWN MUSIC
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | CAROLYN VINCENT’S DRIVEWAY DINNERS PROJECT
CULTURE IN THE KITCHEN | PERSIAN KITCHEN CATERING
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION MONTH
CULTURE ON THE COUCH | LIDA DALIRI
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | GYPSYCLIPSE BY CACHICAMO LATIN HARP
CULTURE ON THE COUCH | CHELSEA GILLUM
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | THE POWER OF ART AND CULTURE
CULTURE ON THE COUCH | SARI JOENSUU
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | GRACE SAMUEL’S RESPONSE TO ISOLATION
ART FROM THE HEARTH | CACHICAMO LATIN HARP
CULTURE FROM THE KITCHEN | SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESS DURING CORONAVIRUS
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | STAYING CONNECTED THROUGH MUSIC
DOING REAL ESTATE DIFFERENTLY...
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | WELCOME SPORTS KEEPING THE COMMUNITY CONNECTED DURING COVID-19
ART FROM THE HEARTH | LOCAL BRISBANE MUSO DAMO’S REFLECTION DURING THE PANDEMIC
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | ARIYAN AND SAMARA'S MESSAGE OF THANKS TO FRONT LINE WORKERS
YOUTH & COMMUNITY LEADERS COVID-19 FORUM
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | A SPOTIFY PLAYLIST OFFERS CONNECTION FOR FAMILY APART
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | 'WOMAN,' BY ERFAN DALIRI
CULTURE OF CONNECTION | REDBANK PLAINS COMMUNITY CENTRE'S PROJECT NOURISH
CULTURE OF CONNECTION PRESENTS | REFUGE IN DANCE
CULTURE OF CONNECTION PRESENTS THE MARDINI/METRAN FAMILY AND HOW THEY ARE COPING THROUGH CORONAVIRUS
CULTURE ON THE COUCH | HOW LAL NUN TLUANG IS RESPONDING TO CORONAVIRUS
CULTURE ON THE COUCH | JEAN MARIE SHARES HOW CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING HIS FAMILY
CULTURE FIT | WELCOME SPORTS
ART FROM THE HEARTH | BYRON TAIKO PROJECT
CREATING VIDEO CONTENT WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE
JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY - BLACK LIVES MATTER
WE ALL HAVE WORK TO DO
UNITE AGAINST RACISM. NEW TOOLKIT FROM THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT
SIX AUSSIES. SIX EXTRAORDINARY STORIES | IN MY COUNTRY PODCAST
ANNOUNCING THE RESIGNATION OF BILL GAMACK, CEO OF MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA
A MAGNIFICENT CHALLENGE | WE'RE LOOKING FOR OUR NEXT CEO
LGBTIQ+ WORKING GROUP
A MAROONPRINT FOR QUEENSLAND WITH THE QUEENSLAND COMMUNITY ALLIANCE
FORUM TO SUPPORT DIVERSE SMALL BUSINESSES THROUGH COVID-19
CHRISTINE CASTLEY APPOINTED AS MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA CEO
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GREATER BRISBANE LOCKDOWN UPDATE
SURVIVAL DAY 2021
FORMER MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA CEO APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2021
GREATER BRISBANE ENTERS A 3-DAY LOCKDOWN | 29 MARCH 2021
CREATE WELCOMING, INCLUSIVE AND THRIVING COMMUNITIES | JOIN MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA’S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM
MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA: RECENT CYBER INCIDENT
COVID 19 UPDATE
MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA: RECOVERY FROM RECENT CYBER INCIDENT
MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA: RECOVERY FROM RECENT CYBER INCIDENT
COVID 19 NEWS UPDATE
COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT
COVID-19 MESSAGE
COVID-19 UPDATE
NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION WEEK 2021
OUR MOSAIC 2021 PROGRAM HAS LAUNCHED!
MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIA COVID-19 VACCINATION HUBS
PILOT FUNDING TO BUILD INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY IN SCHOOLS LAUNCHES TODAY
QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE ROLES INFORMATION SESSION
DISABILITY GATEWAY TRANSLATED INFORMATION
MONUMENT TO MIGRATION
ACHIEVE YOUR CAREER ASPIRATIONS
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Tell us what you think!

Our aim is to be here for the community through Coronavirus; to provide a platform for people to stay connected at a time when we are being asked to put physical distance between us.  That's why we're running the Culture of Connection campaign.

But we want to know that what we're doing is useful for the community.

We would be so grateful if you took a minute to answer 3 quick questions about how you are staying connected during Coronavirus.

When all this is over and life as we knew it starts to resume, we will ask another 3 questions to see how we did.

Thank you for your time and your opinion - we value it.

TAKE THE SURVEY.


Culture of Connection invites communities and organisations across Australia to record and share with us your unique experiences, your stories, your creativity and your messages of hope and resilience through these extraordinary circumstances.
In turn, we'll share them with our community of 40,000 people across social media and e-news. 
Your story might just be the one that gets someone else through this time.
Read our guide for ideas to share and how to submit your story.
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