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The Multicultural Queensland Charter sets out eight principles to achieve the vision of a harmonious, inclusive and united Queensland. Check out these great examples of organisations bringing the Multicultural Queensland Charter and its principles to life across Queensland.

  • Queensland Police Service
  • AFL Queensland
  • Inala Multicultural Festival
  • Work and Welcome Program
  • Surf Life Saving Queensland
  • Teys Australia
  • Mabel Park State High School
  • Dalby Welcoming Community

Principle 1 – We are all committed to democracy and Australian laws so our community is strong and unified.

Principle 2 – We all work together to make Queensland a prosperous State.

Principle 3 – We all respect, embrace, celebrate and are free to express our culture, language and religion.

Principle 4 – We all have equal rights and responsibilities, and everyone can access government services when needed.

Principle 5 – We are all committed to mutual respect and fair treatment so Queensland is a caring, safe and inclusive place to live.

Principle 6 – We all ensure everybody gets a chance to contribute and participate.

Principle 7 – We all communicate respectfully and build mutual understanding of the views, stories and issues important to all Queenslanders.

Principle 8 – We all make sure everyone feels like they belong and look after each other in times of need.

Show your support for the Charter by downloading a copy to display in your workplace, school, community or event.

thumbnail of the signed charter

Watch this clip to see what the Charter is all about.