Stop Racism Now

Australia, we believe
We can do better


By treating people with respect and dignity and looking beyond colour, race, religion and gender, we can overcome stereotyping and prejudice, so we can move forward together.

Affiliate Program

How your organisation can help fight racism and intolerance in our community


By partnering with Moving Forward Together, we can work towards achieving our vision of ensuring individuals are judged on their merit, not stereotyped by the race, gender or religion.

How can we achieve this?


  1. We are in need of additional resources – be it specific skills or financial, to enable us roll out our programs to a wider audience. Fostering an atmosphere of volunteerism provides a powerful tool in promoting your organisations social conscious.
  2. We can assist in developing in-house communications programs that provide actionable tools to combat intolerance.
  3. By partnering with a wide variety of communal and government organisations, we can work together to achieve a greater grass roots awareness of our values and programs to tackle the plague of racism, intolerance and extremism head on.

Blacktown’s wonderful festival

Hundreds of people form Blacktown and other parts of Sydney turner out on Sunday 18 February, 2018 for a magnificent Moving Forward Together Festival, celebrating international Mother Language Day and Harmony Walk.

The event brought together people from diverse communities, of all ages, in a day of togetherness and harmony, highlighted by music, dance, and great food.

Thank you to the organisers, including Blacktown City Council.

And a special thank you the wonderful performers – Maltese Cultural Association Choic, Australian Hindu Multicultural Association, Philippine – Australia Community Services (PACSI), ORA Sydney Gujarati Grammar School, Ben Adler, Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, Guru Nanak Punjabi School, Bahais, Peiji Chinese School and BSPC Bangla School. Thank you for your outstanding performances – you made us very proud!

Moving Forward Together wins 2017 Stepan Kerkyasharian AO Harmony Medal!

The winners of the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals were announced on 16 March at a Parliament House dinner hosted by the Premier.

The Moving Forward Together Association is very proud to have been awarded the Stephan Kerkyasharian AO Harmony Medal.

The award recognises the contribution and achievement of an individual or organisation in facilitating and promoting social cohesion, understanding and acceptance between members of different cultural or faith communities in New South Wales.

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