The Australian Rugby League Commission, Football Federation Australia and Netball Australia have all been announced today as finalists at this year’s Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards (AMMA), to be held at the Sydney Opera House on Monday, 12 October.
Chief Executive Officer of Multicultural NSW, Hakan Harman says the level of engagement from sporting codes is testament to a sporting culture that encourages and embraces cultural diversity.
“The high number of entries from sporting organisations this year demonstrates how engaged Australian sporting organisations are in promoting multiculturalism. It’s really encouraging to see an industry that nurtures and encourages positive role models for all Australians grow its ethnic programs year on year.”
Among other finalists announced today are St George Bank, NRMA Motoring & Services, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District and TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute.
The TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute’s ‘Going Global’ campaign gives TAFE students an opportunity usually reserved for university students, offering pupils an international, intercultural and global experience. The program offers study tours, work placements, exchanges and volunteering at partner institutes overseas.
Now in its 26th year, the AMMAs recognise top marketing campaigns from marketers, advertisers and agencies that speak to all Australians. Winners will be announced at the Gala Presentation Ceremony to be held at the Sydney Opera House this Monday, 12 October 2015.
Award categories for 2015 include – Big Business, Small Business, Arts and Culture, Communities, Youth, Communication, Public Sector and Education.
The national awards program also includes the SBS People’s Choice Award, which is awarded based on the public vote. Online voting is open now.
The AMMAs are supported by strategic partners SBS, Sydney Opera House and the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.
For further information and nominations please visit AMMA.
2015 finalists include:
2MFM, Muslim Community Radio
Title of entry
Together Standing Against Extremism and Racism
|Access Community Services||Ethno Roadshow|
|Australian Macedonian Theatre of Sydney||The Fence – Living in Harmony Project|
|Australian Rugby League Commission||In League In Harmony|
|Bankstown City Council||Youth StepUP Apps|
|Cancer Institute NSW||Anti-smoking Media Partnership|
|Centre for Health Initiatives, University of Wollongong and Multicultural Health Service Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District||Cancer Good News Project: Reducing Cancer Stigma in Macedonian and Serbian Communities|
|Cricket Australia||Multicultural Engagement|
|Cultural Perspectives||Breast and Cervical Screening campaign|
|Etcom||A Happy Diwali|
|Football Federation Australia||AFC Asian Cup 2015 Multicultural Communities campaign|
|gould.Sydney||2015 Project Highlights|
|Islamic High Council of Australia||Multicultural Mawlid Concert|
|Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences||Faith, Fashion, Fusion: Muslim Women’s Style in Australia|
|Netball Australia||Australia Post One Netball Program|
|NRMA Motoring & Services||Motor Value Bundle campaign|
|NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service||The Pink Sari Project|
|Randwick City Library||A Migrant Story: Mementos|
|Special Broadcasting Service||40 Years of SBS Radio|
|St George Bank||A Grass Roots Lunar New Year|
|TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute||Going Global|
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