Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921509520
Released: October 2009
Out of print

Many Hopes, One Dream – The Story of the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria

By Bronwyn Hinz

This book tells a fascinating story of the way the ECCV moved remarkably quickly from being a fringe player to occupying a central role as an advocate for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. It should be recommended reading for anyone who is interested in knowing how Victoria, and in particular how Melbourne, has managed its remarkable transformation into one of the world’s leading centres of peaceful multicultural cohabitation.

Dr John Chesterman, political historian and author of Civil Rights: How Indigenous Australians Won Formal Equality


Categories: Australian History, Cultural Studies, Multicultural Issues

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