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The Anti-Racism Race

Victoria’s rich cultural diversity is one of our greatest strengths. Regardless of where you’re from, what you look like, what you believe or what language you speak, no one should have to endure racism in the place they call home. We have created this hub as a one-stop shop to help people understand and combat racism.

 

This page is home to our short film, The Anti-Racism Race.

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To encourage increased reporting of racism, the Commission has collaborated with Cinespace, a non-profit screen industry association supporting people from First Nations and culturally diverse and under-represented communities across Victoria to create a short film.

Set in a surrealist Anti-Racism game show, characters from different walks of life compete in a series of rounds on their knowledge of racism to be the most Anti-Racist person. Light-hearted with tongue-firmly-in-cheek, the film is a blend of the game show-meets-reality TV show format, where the characters are invited to share their dismay and feelings in interviews throughout the progress of the game.

The Anti-Racism Race

This video was created with the support of the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing as part of our Reducing Racism project.

For more information, please contact enquiries@veohrc.vic.gov.au

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Address
Level 3, 204 Lygon Street Carlton Victoria 3053

General enquiries
enquiries@veohrc.vic.gov.au

Reception
1300 891 848

Enquiry line
1300 292 153 or (03) 9032 3583

Interpreters
1300 152 494

NRS Voice Relay
1300 555 727 then use 1300 292 153

Media enquiries
0447 526 642

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission stands on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung Peoples of the Kulin Nation. We recognise their cultures, histories, diversity and deep connection to this land and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Sovereignty has never been ceded – this land always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.