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Constructing regionally appropriate anti-racism strategies for Australia [ 2008-12-31 - 2012-04-06 ]

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[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP0882860]

Researchers: A/Prof David Ip (Chief Investigator) ,  A/Prof Kevin Dunn (Chief Investigator) ,  Dr Anne Pedersen (Chief Investigator) ,  James Forrest (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof Hurriyet Babacan (Chief Investigator)
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Brief description Constructing regionally appropriate anti-racism strategies for Australia. Racism is an international social scourge, and Australia is not immune from its injurious effects. The experience of racism degrades senses of belonging and generates disaffection, leads to ill-health and restrictions of mobility, as well as other social and individual pathologies. Reducing racism will strengthen Australia's social fabric. This project tests the utility of anti-racism templates and does so in rural as well as urban Australia. The templates will be usable by local authorities and NGOs in framing their anti-racism efforts.

Funding Amount $188,680

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