Of the $28 million earmarked for multicultural communities over two years, $16 million will go towards boosting translation resources, $10 million is for cultural community events and $2 million for community engagement.
“An attack on one faith is an attack on all of us. And it’s really important that we all take action as a collective to ensure that everybody feels safe.”
“This investment today, the tripling of our investment for multicultural and multi-faith communities, I believe goes a long way towards harmony, but also allowing everyone across our state to enjoy the rich culture that our multicultural society provides.”
At least 26 per cent of the state population speak a language other than English at home.