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Grants, Ministers and Portfolios in this data relate to the period prior to the 30 March resuffle. If my work receives adequate funding, grants awarded after that period will be added after those decisions are made & as time permits. Ministry & Portfolio names will be updated at that time.
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38 Senior Ministers have administered the Home Affairs Portfolio
Alan Tudge Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs
Peter Dutton Minister for Home Affairs Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
David Coleman Minister for Immigration Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs
Grants by the Home Affairs Portfolio by month
NATIONAL SECURITY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM GRANTS BY MONTH
$303,024,347 in funding across 566 grants was allocated to 482 recipients of the National Security And Criminal Justice Program since January 2018
Department of Home Affairs
Upgraded Security - Beth Weizmann Jewish Community Centre
Beth Weizmann Jewish Community Centre (BWJCC) will upgrade security infrastructure by building a blast resistant wall and secure point of entry to the Centre. BWJCC incorporating the Lamm Jewish Library of Australia (LJLA) is the recognised activity hub of the Victorian Jewish community. It regularly hosts hundreds of visitors including school groups, multifaith groups, politicians and VIPs and is the home to 30 Jewish communal organisations. The project will increase the safety and security of the hundreds of people who work and visit daily by providing a strong deterrent against possible future attacks and reducing the building s vulnerability.