Australia: 2021 Local Anti-Racism Initiatives Grants Program
The State Government of Victoria is offering 2021 Local Anti-Racism Initiatives Grants Program to provide funding to community organisations to deliver activities and initiatives that empower local communities to tackle racism.
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This program aims to support all Victorians in prTraining, Events, Workshops and Conferencesing and responding to racism and discrimination, promote positive intercultural understanding and strengthen the evidence of the challenges faced by culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
It is a competitive grants program administered by the Multicultural Affairs portfolio in the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH).
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The objectives of the program are to:
improve community reporting of racist incidents and increase awareness and understanding of people’s rights
support local communities and community organisations to build their capacity to respond to racism and support affected individuals
support the delivery of programs and initiatives involving the broader Victorian community to increase resilience and social cohesion
increase availability of anti-racism materials, resources and supports within local community infrastructure
enable Aboriginal self-determination by resourcing community-led anti-racism initiatives
build the capacity of communities to engage in constructive intercultural and interfaith dialogue as a means of addressing local challenges to social cohesion.
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The program offers 2 funding streams to support organisations to tackle racism:
Social cohesion and community harmony stream: Grants from $50,000–$149,999 for one year for local initiatives that promote and foster social cohesion, community harmony and anti-racism.
Anti-racism stream: Grants from $150,000–$500,000 for one year for local anti-racism initiatives.
To be eligible you must be either:
a not-for-profit entity registered under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) or the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (Vic)
an Aboriginal entity incorporated under Commonwealth or Victorian legislation (including Victorian Aboriginal businesses and not-for-profit organisations, Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs), Traditional Owner groups and land trusts)
a social enterprise with a clearly stated purpose or mission related specifically to supporting multiculturalism.
You must also have:
a current Australian Business Number (ABN), and
no overdue reports from previous Multicultural Affairs funded grant programs.
For more information, visit https://www.vic.gov.au/local-anti-racism-initiatives-grants-program