Diversity and Inclusion Champion – Organisation
Winner: Mabel Park State High School Parents and Citizens Association
Recognising the important link between schools and communities, the Mabel Park State High School Parents and Citizens Association provides a range of activities to strengthen cultural and community cohesion.
This small group of committed volunteers worked tirelessly to deliver the first ever OCEANIA: Queensland Schools Multicultural Showcase - a unique multicultural opportunity for students from more than 30 schools across the Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton and Gold Coast regions.
The event brought students together to celebrate cultural diversity and proudly showcased both traditional and contemporary performances from the Aboriginal community, Torres Strait Islander community, Cook Islands, Tahitian, Samoan, Tongan, Māori and African Nations.
The Mabel Park SHS P&C Association continues to leverage multicultural events at schools to teach young people that all cultural identities deserve to be respected and valued.
Multicultural Queensland Awards 2023 Winner of the Diversity and Inclusion Champion Organisation award: Mabel Park State High School, Parents and Citizen's Association. Recognising the important link between schools and communities, the Mabel Park State High…
The Redland Museum is a dynamic, inclusive social history museum that reflects the unique diversity of the local area and encourages a sense of belonging for all.
Through exhibitions, educational activities, volunteering and events such as the annual Heritage and Harmony Fiesta the museum recognises that over the years the First Nations Quandamooka people have been joined by migrants from many countries including the Philippines, India, Germany, China, Netherlands, and South Africa, who have all contributed to the local area.