The taxidriver, the cook and the greengrocer: the representation of non-English speaking background people in theatre, film and television

The findings of this report prompt some fundamental questions about how well and how fully the arts community draws upon the extraordinary diversity in our community. It asks how we react to and what we experience on our stages and screens and ultimately how we then present ourselves on the world stage.

The taxidriver, the cook and the greengrocer is the result of a national study conducted by a collaborative research team consisting of researchers from the Workplace Studies Centre and the Communications Law Centre, Victoria University of Technology, together with consultants Effective Change.

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