Has Multiculturalism Failed? Panel Discussion Featuring Alom Shaha On Radio National

Last year the leaders of both Germany and Britain declared their multicultural policies had been a failure. But in a world which is already multicultural, this forum looks at how we might be able to move beyond the problems raised by bigotry.

I attended this – a great day out! It’s on Radio National, presented by Phillip Adams: Has Multiculturalism Failed – Perth Writers Festival Forum.

Alom Shaha - British born Bangladeshi author, atheist and science teacher, author of The Young Atheist’s Handbook.
Hanifa Deen - former deputy commissioner of Multicultural Affairs in Western Australia, and author, most recently, of Ali Abdul v the King.
Arnold Zable - Former lecturer in political science, Vice Chancellor’s Fellow at Melbourne University, an author and human rights advocate. Author, most recently, of Violin Lessons.
Michelle Nouri - Author of The Girl From Baghdad

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  • https://twitter.com/#!/dreadpiratemick Mick

    The guests are all great, of course, but Adams deserves praise for the job he does as host. It’s a terrific talk.