Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Ethnic community capital In Sydney
In this paper Walter Lalich identifies a wide array of religious and secular facilities in Sydney that have been developed by ethnic communities as a consequence of post-1945 demographic and cultural changes.
· They collectively invested scarce material resources [Australian Centre for Co-operative Research and Development, University of Technology Sydney (PDF file)]
But one can't help recalling the bland indifference on the part of the Germans, who saw themselves as decent, honest people, to what was happening inside the Nazi concentration camps.
· Let’s look at the Australian people as they really are [David BurchellAPO]