Phong Nguyen, Chairman, ECCV Victoria's 100,000 international students bring $3 billion into the Victorian economy every year but are made to feel like second class citizens when travelling on our trams, buses and trains. The Victorian
Phong Nguyen, Chairman, ECCV Kicking the latest people off the boat COUNCILLOR Peter Brown's tirade against Sudanese-Australians (Letters, 9/1) adds to the long tradition of established Australians getting stuck into the latest people off the boat.
Phong Nguyen, Chairperson ECCV The Federal Government must show greater leadership in dealing with Australia’s multicultural communities. Recent comments by senior Federal Government leaders are doing nothing to promote goodwill and harmony in our community between
Phong Nguyen, Chairperson ECCV Victoria's multicultural communities thank Victorian Liberal MPs Petro Georgiou and Russell Broadbent for crossing the floor to vote against the Government’s migration bill. They have both made a stand for the decent
Phong Nguyen, Chairperson ECCV Victoria's multicultural communities applaud Ted Baillieu for supporting the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act. This legislation has helped entrench Victoria’s status as a harmonious, tolerant and multicultural community. It strikes the right
Phong Nguyen, Chairperson ECCV Helen Said Stewart (My Say 30/6/06) is right to point out the dangers of attacking skilled migration to Australia. We are an immigrant nation built by waves of immigrants since time immemorial.