Multicultural Plan 2020-2023

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Thank you for all of the responses we received to help inform our new Multicultural Plan. All contributions have been reviewed and the consultation summary is now uploaded for your information. It is expected following further focused engagement the draft Plan will be presented to Council for exhibition in early 2021.

Lake Mac is home to a rich multicultural community. We support equal rights and respect for all Lake Mac residents.

Did you know that more than 10 per cent of people in Lake Mac were born overseas? Or that one in 20 speak a language other than English at home?

The review of our Multicultural Plan seeks to provide an inclusive and welcoming community for people moving to Lake Macquarie from outside of Australia or those who identify as having multicultural heritage, such as second or third generation migrants.

Thank you for all of the responses we received to help inform our new Multicultural Plan. All contributions have been reviewed and the consultation summary is now uploaded for your information. It is expected following further focused engagement the draft Plan will be presented to Council for exhibition in early 2021.

Lake Mac is home to a rich multicultural community. We support equal rights and respect for all Lake Mac residents.

Did you know that more than 10 per cent of people in Lake Mac were born overseas? Or that one in 20 speak a language other than English at home?

The review of our Multicultural Plan seeks to provide an inclusive and welcoming community for people moving to Lake Macquarie from outside of Australia or those who identify as having multicultural heritage, such as second or third generation migrants.

  • Multicultural plan celebrates Lake Mac’s cultural diversity

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    by kmarples, 04 Dec 2020
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    A new multicultural plan is set to nurture, celebrate and grow Lake Macquarie’s rich and diverse community.

    Community input is being sought to develop the Multicultural Plan 2020-2023, to help ensure a high level of social and economic participation by new arrivals and multicultural residents.

    Lake Macquarie Mayor Kay Fraser said more than 10 per cent of the City’s residents were born overseas.