The Annual General Meeting of Multicultural Council of Tasmania was held on 29 September at The Multicultural Hub in Moonah. The Academy has been a long supporter of the Council, as we believe it is a reflection of the success of Australia's multicultural policy, which promotes harmony and friendship among different cultures. A member of our Academy, Elder Guru Vajra Hong-Hao was also re-elected as one of the board members for a third term. The renewed board of MCOT is chaire
A vibrant gathering of different cultures at the Community Meet & Greet Dinner organised by Multicultural Council of Tasmania on 27 April 2018, at the Moonah Multicultural Hub. #multicultural #Dinner #MCoT
According to data from the 2016 Australian Population Census, almost half of all Australians are either born overseas or have parents that are born overseas. This indicates that a considerable number of Australian residents have migrated from various countries in the world and carry different nationalities. Australia is indeed a multicultural country.
In Tasmania alone, the municipal with the largest number of immigrants—or in other words, the most multicultural city—is Gle