The 30th anniversary of the Racial Discrimination Act is being marked with Voices of Australia–a magazine and audio CD of real-life stories about diversity and living together in contemporary Australia.
As part of the Voices of Australia project the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission wants to hear from as many people as possible: everyone’s voice counts and everyone has a story to tell.
Your story should be no more than one A4 page (400 words or less) and remember–your writing style isn’t important, it’s your story that matters.
Closing date is Friday 22 July 2005.
To find out which themes you can write on and for more info visit the the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission website www.humanrights.gov.au/voices.