LECTURE: A Multicultural Australia
|A Multicultural Australia : The Centre for Muslim States and Societies presents an address by Senator Kate Lundy
Senator Kate Lundy was first elected to the Senate for the Australian Capital Territory in 1996. Following the 2010 Federal Election, she was appointed Parliamentary
Secretary to the Prime Minister and Parliamentary Secretary for Immigration and Citizenship. Following the launch of The People of Australia policy her title was updated to Parliamentary Secretary for Immigration and Multicultural
affairs in February 2011 reflecting her additional responsibilities associated with the implementation of the government’s multicultrual policy.
Prior to the 2010 election, Senator Lundy was Chair of the Joint Standing Committee for the National Capital and External Territories, a long-standing member of the Senate Environment, Communications and the Arts Committee and one of the Federal Parliament’s representatives on the Advisory Council of the National Archive of Australia. She has held many portfolios in Opposition including Information Technology, Sport and Recreation, Manufacturing, Consumer
Affairs, Local Government and Health Promotion. Senator Lundy is an active sportswoman, participating in hockey, soccer and rowing when time permits.
Her love of sport includes being patron for the Canberra Rowing Club and
co-patron of Majura Junior Soccer Club.
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