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Insights from the 2021 Census that are set to transform multicultural communications

by Emily Tan

About the lesson:

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Insights from the 2021 Census that are set to transform multicultural communications is for professionals who are interested in understanding how the 2021 Census data informs multicultural communications campaigns in Australia.

This lesson is a deep dive into the fascinating stories about Australia’s multicultural communities that the 2021 Census data tells us. Our speakers share insights about:

  • Key cultural diversity insights from the 2021 Census;
  • New and emerging trends in multicultural communications; and
  • How Australia’s changing diversity will shape multicultural communications in 2023 and beyond.

Length: 60 minutes

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Who is this lesson for?

This lesson is best-suited for professionals in government and not-for-profit sectors. The cornerstones of your work are:

CALD Engagement, Community Engagement, Digital Communications, Marketing & Communications, Strategic Communications, Advocacy and Policy, Community Education, Health Promotion, Cultural Diversity.



  • Overseas-born population in Australia
  • Language diversity in Australia
  • Religious affiliation in Australia
  • Summary and Q&A


Costa Vasili

CEO and Founder of Ethnolink, Costa works regularly with government and private-sector clients to advise them on best practices in CALD engagement strategy. He is a thought leader in multicultural communications, with over ten years of experience in the translation and localization industry.

Cloé Bru

Cloé is a Senior Translation Strategist at Ethnolink and leads our Perth office. In addition to being a NAATI Certified French Translator, Cloé holds a Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies from Monash University. She works tirelessly with our clients to enhance their multicultural communications strategy.