Anti-racism consultations continue in Adelaide
SBS Podcast - 26 April 2012
A series of national consultations is being held until the end of May to canvass community views about how and why racism occurs, and what to do about it.
It's part of a bid by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission to tackle the underlying causes of racism.
The results will help inform a national anti-racism strategy due by the end of the year.
Karen Ashford went along to one such forum at Adelaide's Migrant Resource Centre, where about 80 people had their say.
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Last updated on 5 June, 2012 - 14:56.