Community survey on ending racism in Australia

Fecca - Yellow The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia invites you to join a survey that will make a fair, inclusive, multicultural Australia without the dross of racism. Participate in this survey and help end racism.

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) is the national organisation that represents multicultural communities in Australia. Since 1979, we have been working directly with communities and the Commonwealth Government to make Australia a fair, inclusive and successful multicultural nation.

We want to hear from a broad range of people from culturally and linguistically diverse and negatively racialised backgrounds across Australia about their experiences, knowledge and insights on ending racism, to inform the National Anti-Racism Framework being developed by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) []. The AHRC has also developed a Community Guide ( which tells you more about the National Anti-Racism Framework and the issues it could address. Community consultations with First Nations Australians are also underway.

The survey is an opportunity for you to safely and anonymously share your thoughts on ending racism in Australia. You will not be asked to share personal details such as names, addresses, or contact information. This survey consists of 12 questions and it will take 5-10 minutes to complete. We encourage you to freely and honestly share your perspectives, including any cultural perspectives and experiences, as that will help the AHRC to understand the impact of racism and inform strategies to address it.

What you share with us through the survey will remain anonymous, and be used in our analysis and reporting to the AHRC, and our ongoing advocacy to build a better future for all Australians. Your contributions may be quoted anonymously by the AHRC in public reports and in reporting to the government.

We thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.

Go Here to complete the Survey

Where can you receive support for any issues raised by this survey? 

If the survey questions make you uncomfortable or raises issues, you can consider talking to the following organisations:

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