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ICACM simply sympathises with those who stand out from the rest.

We manage artists from the following regions:

  • Asia
  • The Subcontinent
  • Polynesia
  • The Middle East
  • Latin America
  • Africa
  • Indigenous Australia
  • Middle Europe

Since 1945 seven million people have migrated to Australia. Today, 1 in 4 of Australia’s 22 million people were born overseas or at least have a migrant parent. 4 million speak a language other than English. That's roughly half of the population. In total they speak over 300 languages and identify with more than 270 ancestries. [Source: ABS 2011 Census of Population and Housing]

Those living with disability:

  • Hearing & Vision Impairment
  • Mobility Impairment
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Learning Disability
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Trauma Injury
  • Chronic Illness

As of 2009, just under one in five Australians (18.5% or 4.0 million persons) reported having a disability compared to the remaining 60% of the population. A further 21% had a long-term health condition that did not restrict their everyday activities. Of those with a disability, 87% had a specific limitation or restriction; that is, an impairment restricting their ability to perform communication, mobility or self-care activities, or a restriction associated with schooling or employment. [Source: ABS 2009]

And LGBTIQ artists, which stand for or represent:

  • Lesbian
  • Gay
  • Bisexual
  • Transgender
  • Intersex
  • Queer
  • Gender Normative

1.2% of Australians identify as gay or lesbian, while 1.6% of men in Australia identify as gay and 0.9% identify as bisexual. 0.8% of women identify as lesbian; 1.4% identify as bisexual. Same-sex couples represented about 1% of all couples in Australia [Source: ABS 2011]. However Australian Human Rights Commisssion believes that these numbers are as high as 11% of all Australians with diverse, sex or gender orientation, mainly because at least up to 42% of these individuals hide their identity for personal, psychological, social, psychosexual or workplace reasons.

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