provides $11 million over four years to maintain or build community infrastructure and to enhance cultural precincts
including establishing Victoria’s first Indian precinct.
Addressing family violence has been a key priority for the Andrews Labor Government. A commitment of $2 million
over two years has been made to support women and children from culturally and linguistically diverse communities
who are victims or vulnerable to family violence.
The Labor Government will provide an additional $25 million to reinforce Victoria’s social cohesion and community
resilience and to prevent radicalisation and extremism. This is an important step in keeping Victorian families safe
and, in particular, supporting vulnerable members in our community from getting in harm’s way.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Robin Scott
“Families of all backgrounds deserve to feel at home in our state. People of all cultures deserve the opportunity to
“Diversity is our asset, and we’re working with multicultural communities to make our society and our economy stronger.”