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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

Read this guide to understanding the Charter and how to apply it in everyday life.

thumbnail of the charter guide

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