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Publications

The Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) produces a range of publications to advise, educate and inform on subjects related to cultural diversity. Publications include reports, planning guides for local governments, policy documents and snapshots of WA's cultural diversity.
These publications are all available for download.

WA Charter of Multiculturalism

WA Charter of Multiculturalism

Reports, Orations and Seminars

Anti-Racism—What Works? (2003), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Legacies of White Australia—Race, Culture and Nation (2003), Office of Multicultural Interests

Jock Collins, Ethnic Minorities and Crime in Australia: Moral panic or meaningful policy responses (2005), Sydney, Australia

Gertrude I. Mongella, Women Leadership in the New Global Challenges (2003), Australia

Geoff Gallop, Living with Difference: Does multiculturalism have a future? (2003), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

B. Hass Dellal, The Australian Multicultural Experience and Global Connections (2003), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Charles Husband, Doing Good by Stealth whilst Flirting with Racism (2003), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

William Jonas, Racism and the Fourth Estate: Free speech at what cost? (2002), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Moira Rayner, Behind the white picket fence (2002), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

Malcolm Fraser, Western Australian Vice Chancellors' Harmony Day Oration (2001), Office of Multicultural Interests, Perth, Australia

WA Community Profiles

The 2001 community profiles are provided below in PDF format.

Go to the WA Community Profiles web page at http://www.omi.wa.gov.au/omi_diversity_statistics.cfm to download the community profiles.

Other helpful publications

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) have updated the very useful ‘Face the Facts’ publication. The booklet addresses some prevailing myths concerning immigration, refugees and Indigenous peoples by presenting the basic facts.