Anti-Racism Resources

Also see JAM!’s Recommended Reading list.

All Together Now: An independent, secular, non-partisan not-for-profit organisation that was established in 2010. All Together Now’s vision is for a racially equitable Australia. We seek to achieve this by imagining and delivering innovative and evidence based projects that promote racial equity. We are community driven, we utilise partnered approaches, and our work is intersectional.

Australian High School Anti-racism Kit: A tool kit made by Australian high-school students, for Australian high-school students, that we can use to take down racism brick by brick.  They made it because they want to build a future that doesn’t need anti-racism kits in the first place.

Australian Human Rights Commission – It Stops With Me: A national campaign that provides tools and resources to help people and organisations learn about racism and take action to create change.

JAM! SUPPORTER: Chris McCall, CEO Yarraville Community Centre (YCC).
CEO, Yarraville Community Centre (YCC)

Amnesty International Anti-racism: In Australia today there are people who are disadvantaged because of ongoing racism, we must act now to make racism a thing of the past. Here is what you can do to eliminate racism and call for a truly just, inclusive society, valuing equality for all.

Call It Out: The First Nations Racism Register is a simple and secure way for people to report incidents of racism and discrimination toward First Nations Peoples. The individual reports are collected and analysed by the Jumbunna Research to inform an annual report which will help raise awareness and drive systematic change.

Embracing Differences Podcast with Nippin Anand: This podcast series is about understanding diverse perspectives and emerging concepts in safety sciences, resilience and human factors. Each podcast is crafted as an open-ended discussion with scientists, subject matter experts, consultants and professionals in the safety domain with the view to create space for thinking and reflection.

Evolve – Practical Reconciliation: Evolve have developed a 7 Step program for strengthening relationships for all Australians.

Maribrynong City Council: Racism NOT Welcome campaign.

Multicultural Australia Anti-racism Resources: The standard we walk past is the standard we accept. Whether the people committing acts of racism are motivated by fear or malice, they do not speak for us. Let us show them that. Let us take action. The resources compiled on this site can help individuals, communities and businesses develop a shared understanding that better enables us to recognise and respond to racism.

NSW Department of Education – Anti-racism Education for Australian Schools – Racism No Way: A comprehensive site including Teaching Resources (Student Activities and Supporting Resources), Understanding Racism, Hate Speech, Cyber Racism, Legislation and Policies, Population Statistics, Timeline.

Racism, let’s end it: ANTaR is committed to combating racism in Australia through our advocacy for justice, rights and respect.

Schools Standing Up to Racism: The Centre for Multicultural Youth provide a range of resources to Watch, Listen & Read along with Research and Reports, Educational Resources and Workshops.

Similar Differences Podcast with Angelica and Inez: Your fave podcast that explores the nuances of diversity, identity, and culture with Angelica & Inez.

Victorian Womens Trust Anti-racism Resources from Australia and Beyond: A vast array of information and links for individuals and organisations you can Follow, Donate & Support, Listen to and Read, Watch etc.

Acknowledgement of Country

JAM! meets and works in ‘Mirring-gnay-bir-nong’ (Maribyrnong), which can translate as ‘I can hear a ringtail possum’, on the stolen lands of the Bunurong/Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge, recognise and respect their Ancestors, Elders and families as the traditional owners of this land who have never ceded sovereignty.

Warning – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, please be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of deceased persons.

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