Draft Multicultural Commitment

The cultural diversity of Hobart has changed significantly in recent times, in particular through migration, humanitarian settlement and international education. These changes bring opportunity, growth, insight and vibrancy to our City.

The City of Hobart has been actively involved in the promotion and celebration of cultural diversity in Hobart for many years. We continually strive to improve the wider community’s understanding of the educational, social, economic and cultural benefits of cultural diversity and to mitigate the effects of racism and cultural isolation for multicultural communities in Hobart.

The draft Multicultural Commitment 2021–23 will guide our work in supporting a welcoming, diverse City for all who live, study, work in or visit Hobart. This commitment provides the City of Hobart and the community with a clearly defined action plan by which we can continue to meet the needs and build the capacity of multicultural communities in Hobart.

The City is now seeking community feedback on the draft Multicultural Commitment. Feedback gathered during this engagement period will be used to consider any changes or amendments to the draft commitments before presenting the final documents to Council in June 2021.


Have Your Say


Get involved and have your say in the following ways:

This Commitment forms one aspect of the City’s work in creating a city for all. We encourage you to provide feedback on the other Community Commitments HERE.

The cultural diversity of Hobart has changed significantly in recent times, in particular through migration, humanitarian settlement and international education. These changes bring opportunity, growth, insight and vibrancy to our City.

The City of Hobart has been actively involved in the promotion and celebration of cultural diversity in Hobart for many years. We continually strive to improve the wider community’s understanding of the educational, social, economic and cultural benefits of cultural diversity and to mitigate the effects of racism and cultural isolation for multicultural communities in Hobart.

The draft Multicultural Commitment 2021–23 will guide our work in supporting a welcoming, diverse City for all who live, study, work in or visit Hobart. This commitment provides the City of Hobart and the community with a clearly defined action plan by which we can continue to meet the needs and build the capacity of multicultural communities in Hobart.

The City is now seeking community feedback on the draft Multicultural Commitment. Feedback gathered during this engagement period will be used to consider any changes or amendments to the draft commitments before presenting the final documents to Council in June 2021.


Have Your Say


Get involved and have your say in the following ways:

This Commitment forms one aspect of the City’s work in creating a city for all. We encourage you to provide feedback on the other Community Commitments HERE.

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