As an individual, you have the power to reflect on your own attitudes and behaviour, and influence people in your circles to do the same.
If more people contribute to the economic life of the nation, it will lead to higher employment, better health and improved standards of living.
Contact between people from diverse groups typically reduces prejudice and anxiety towards others and increases empathy, creating more connected and vibrant communities.
Increased contact and friendship with minority groups relates to greater feelings of connectedness, community and wellbeing.
Feelings of belonging and respect lead to pride in the Australian way of life and culture, which leads to better integration.
Adequate support for disadvantaged groups helps close the financial and education gaps, builds trust in institutions and provides opportunities for everyone.
Involvement can include joining the movement, spreading the word and taking one or more of the challenges to change behaviour in your circles. Individuals can also join the alliance and be involved with: