National anti-racism framework project: Scoping research on anti-Asian racism and role of the national human rights institution

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Willing, Indigo, Ubayasiri, Kasun, Kim, Eun-Ji Amy, Anacin, Carl, Teo, Aaron and Chew, Erin Wen Ai. 2023. National anti-racism framework project: Scoping research on anti-Asian racism and role of the national human rights institution. Australia. Griffith University.
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National anti-racism framework project: Scoping research on anti-Asian racism and role of the national human rights institution

Report TypeProject report
Research Report CategoryPublic sector
AuthorsWilling, Indigo, Ubayasiri, Kasun, Kim, Eun-Ji Amy, Anacin, Carl, Teo, Aaron and Chew, Erin Wen Ai
Institution of OriginGriffith University
Number of Pages179
Year2023
PublisherGriffith University
Place of PublicationAustralia
Abstract

The goal of this report is to identify existing research on the emergence of anti-Asian racism and its operation in Australia, existing research, advocacy, and public education and awareness-raising efforts that tackle anti-Asian racist discourse through a systemic and intersectional lens, as well as opportunities for the Commission to contribute to ongoing efforts.

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ANZSRC Field of Research 2020449901. Studies of Asian society
441004. Social change
441008. Sociology of culture
441013. Sociology of migration, ethnicity and multiculturalism
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