Curious Conversations

A series of public lectures exploring multiculturalism and how it could look at the end of the decade.

The Victorian Multicultural Commission is excited to bring you a new series of public lectures to explore the Cultural Diversity Week theme, “What does multicultural Victoria look like in 2030?”

The series will cover topics ranging from the benefits and opportunities that our cultural, linguistic and religious diversity provides to issues identified by communities, such as employment, racism, mental health and family violence. 

Join our diverse panel to discuss what multicultural Victoria looks like now, what it should look like in 2030 and what needs to be done to get there.

Tuesday 30 March – Local Government

Due to unavoidable circumstances, we've had to postpone this Curious Conversations session. We're looking forward to continuing the conversation about what Multicultural Victoria looks like in 2030.

Stay tuned – information for the next session is currently being confirmed.

Previous sessions: 

Tuesday 23 March - Youth 

Panellists and key speakers: 

  • Vivienne Nguyen, Chairperson, Victorian Multicultural Commission
  • Ahmed Hassan, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Youth Activating Youth
  • Hanisha Sharma-Luital, Founding Chairperson, Help-Himalayan Youth Foundation
  • Tim Lo Surdo, Founder and National Director, Democracy in Colour

MC and facilitator: Nevena Spirovska, Executive Manager, Strategic Projects & Communications, Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, Co-Convener Victorian Pride Lobby

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Reviewed 30 March 2021

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