We gratefully acknowledge the peoples of the Kulin Nation, traditional owners, custodians and guardians of the lands on which we work, and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
Learn about and transform subtle, brutal and unrecognised attitudes, behaviours, practices and systems that hurt our fellow humans. People we know and love, people we don't know but don't mean to insult...
Become the kind of organisation YOU would love to be part of.
"The ARC work you do is very powerful.
Don't stop what you are doing."
As Commissioner for Aboriginal Children & Young People
"ARC could be the most important work we ever do.
And it’s going to be great for the business!"
General Manager, PUMA Oceania
We change our minds & systems when we want to change our minds & systems
What is ARC?
ARC AntiRacism is evidence-based education toward equity and justice. Exploring ourselves, the societies we live in, the organisations we work and play in - and our capacity to transform them - ARC experiences are eye-opening and powerful.
AntiRacism Collaborators include Professor Yin Paradies, Terori Hareko-Avaivilla, Josh Wanganeen, Sami Shah, Hema Kangeson, Shankar Kasynathan, Pirooz Jafari and Dr Shishir Ray. They join ARC founder Jane Lewis to deliver AntiRacism Capsules, Conversations, Challenges and Commitments.
To know about Jane Lewis herself, visit her website here.