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 section provides an overview of our resources to report racism.
We have designed a number of resources to help you or your community understand your rights, report racism or make a complaint.
Our Reporting Racism Chatbot is an interactive online chat conversation to help you understand your rights and report racial discrimination and vilification.
When you have a chat with Reporting Racism Chatbot you are having a private conversation with a bot, not a real person. The Reporting Racism Chatbot offers you information, guidance on ways to take action and tips lodge a report of racism.
Information and audio translations
We know that there can be language barriers for those who may be most at risk of racism receiving information about their rights and how to get help.
To overcome this, we have partnered with the National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council to produce 24 in-language “How to Report Racism” audio files.
Each audio file describes what racism is, and provides information on how, and why, to report racism and access assistance from the Commission.
Stakeholder Kit - There's no place for racism in Victoria
We have developed a social media stakeholder kit about racism in Victoria. The kit includes sample social media, website and newsletter content you can use to help community understand their rights and how they can make a complaint about racism or other discrimination.