Rally for refugee rights and peace this Sunday
29 March 2023
Federation is proud to endorse and support the 2023 Palm Sunday rally and march, to be held this Sunday, 2…
Speak out against racism and mobilise against discrimination and injustice during Harmony Week
21 March 2023
Today, 21 March, is the start of what the Australian Government calls “Harmony Week”. This designated week is scheduled for…
Show your support for refugees
5 April 2022
Federation is proud to endorse, support and promote the 2022 Palm Sunday Rally for Peace and Refugees, to be held on Sunday, 10 April, 2pm at Belmore Park, Sydney, adjacent to Central Station. A march to Victoria Park will follow, leading off at 3pm.
Civilians in Afghanistan need our support
24 August 2021
As the world continues to watch the distressing images from Afghanistan, we feel a mix of horror, distress and even anger, as we try to comprehend the extent of the crisis and the emerging ramifications of the Taliban seizing control of the country.
Join us to rally for refugees
24 March 2021
As a social justice union, Federation rejects racism, xenophobia and intolerance and aims to demonstrate these values with a strong presence at this weekend’s Palm Sunday Peace Rally for Refugees.
Teachers add value as agents of social inclusion and cohesion
2 December 2020
Every day, schools, principals and teachers play a critical and invaluable role in their communities by contributing to society’s social-inclusion outcomes.
Effects of pandemic hit refugee students most
25 August 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every country around the world.
Join Palm Sunday online action for solidarity with refugees
1 April 2020
Spare a thought for refugees in detention where crowded conditions make it difficult to practise social distancing and reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19, says Federation Multicultural Officer/Organiser Mandy Wells.
Join the Palm Sunday Peace Rally for Refugees
16 March 2020
This year’s Palm Sunday Peace Rally for Refugees will call on the Federal Government to offer permanent protection and the chance of family reunion to all refugees and those seeking asylum.
1 November 2019
On 22 May, more than 80 teachers from across the 14 Sydney and regional Intensive English Centres (IECs) came together to discuss matters affecting teachers in IECs and the broader multicultural education area.