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  DIAC Reconciliation Action Plan
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The department's first-ever Reconciliation Action Plan, launched in March 2011, speaks to DIAC's undertaking to work in partnership with Australia's Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people. The department is committed to increasing the number of Indigenous employees, and providing increased employment opportunities that will help contribute to closing the gap in Indigenous disadvantage. The story of the launch and the action plan come to life in this story.

  A Day in the Life
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Are you curious about what type of situation you may be presented with as a Department of Immigration and Citizenship employee? The video 'A Day in the Life' highlights the fast paced and dynamic environment staff encounter on a daily basis.
Focussing on the department's theme, 'people our business', the video demonstrates the diversity of situations employees may find themselves in. The roles featured include airport liaison officers, client service officers, compliance field officers, case officers and community liaison officers.
For further information on a career at DIAC, go to http://www.immi.gov.au/about/careers

  Movement Monitoring Officers
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The department's Movement Monitoring Officers (MMOs) play an important role in securing Australia's borders. MMOs monitor the arrival and departure of traditional visitors through the Torres Strait. Based on Thursday Island and 13 outer islands in the Torres Strait, MMOs also build and maintain strong relationships with the community.

  Harmony Day 2010 - The story behind the music
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This short documentary piece goes behind the scenes during the making of the Harmony Day 2010 Community Service Announcement. The piece showcases the skills of local music artist's D'Opus & Roshambo and gives an insight into how the music they created relates to Harmony Day.
For more information about Harmony Day go to http://www.harmony.gov.au

  Oral history - Lionel Mead
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The retired chief migration officer oral history project is a joint venture involving the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and National Library of Australia. The project documents the careers of a number of senior immigration officers who served throughout the world after World War II. These officers were instrumental in putting into practice Australia's immigration policies from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Lionel Mead - Department of Immigration 1965-1982.

  Oral history - George Kiddle
Views:383
The retired chief migration officer oral history project is a joint venture involving the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and National Library of Australia. The project documents the careers of a number of senior immigration officers who served throughout the world after World War II. These officers were instrumental in putting into practice Australia's immigration policies from the 1950s to the 1980s.
George Kiddle - Department of Immigration 1945-1981.

  Oral history - Harold Grant
Views:349
The retired chief migration officer oral history project is a joint venture involving the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and National Library of Australia. The project documents the careers of a number of senior immigration officers who served throughout the world after World War II. These officers were instrumental in putting into practice Australia's immigration policies from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Harold Grant - Department of Immigration 1949-1981.

  Oral history - Ron Metcalfe
Views:353
The retired chief migration officer oral history project is a joint venture involving the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and National Library of Australia. The project documents the careers of a number of senior immigration officers who served throughout the world after World War II. These officers were instrumental in putting into practice Australia's immigration policies from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Ron Metcalfe - Department of Immigration 1947-1984.

  Hartley Lifecare 2008 Ability Cycle Challenge
Views:379
In its ninth year, the Hartley Lifecare Ability Challenge saw more than 300 cyclists participate in the bicycle ride from Canberra to Mount Kosciuszko and back. Two DIAC staff members participated in the event, raising money for people with disabilities.

  Operation Christmas Child
Views:372
Operation Christmas Child delivers shoe boxes full of gifts to children in disadvantaged countries. In December 2008, DIAC contributed more than 100 gift-filled boxes to underprivileged children in south-east Asia and the south Pacific.
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