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FYI & KIND ATTENTION, Please share with your contacts, More Informations in English (Email Below) !!!!
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ஒஸ்ரேலியாவின் எந்த மாநிலத்திலாவது இன்று செவ்வாய் கிழமை இரவு தங்குபவர்கள் அனைவரும் சனத்தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பில் பங்குகொள்வது கட்டாயமாகும். இதுவரை பதிவுகளை பூர்த்தி செய்யாதவர்கள் உடனடியாக செய்வது நல்லது. நீங்கள் தங்கியுள்ள வீட்டிற்கு ஒரு கடிதத்தில் இன்ரநெற் மூலம் பதிவு செய்வதற்கான விபரம் வந்திருக்கும்.

அக்கடிதத்தை தவறவிட்டிருந்தால் ABS உடன் தொடர்புகொண்டு அதனை பெறலாம். 
இன்ரநெற் விண்ணப்பத்தில் 11 வது கேள்வியாகவும் காகித விண்ணப்பத்தில் 12 வது கேள்வியாகவும் நீங்கள் பிறந்த நாடு எதுவென கேள்வி உள்ளது.

இதற்கு இலங்கைத்தீவின் தமிழர் தாயகத்தில் பிறந்தவர்கள் Tamil Eelam என பதியலாம் எனவும் கணக்கெடுப்பு திணைக்களம் அறிவித்துள்ளது. ஒஸ்ரேலியாவில் பிறந்திருந்தால் Australia என போடவும். அத்தோடு வினா 15 & வினா 17 ஆகியவற்றுக்கு நீங்கள் தமிழராக இருந்தால் Tamil என மட்டும் போடவும்.
*** ஒஸ்ரேலியாவில் இருந்தாலும் நீங்கள் வெளிநாட்டு இராசதந்திரியாக இருந்தால் மட்டும் இக்கணக்கெடுப்பில் பங்குகொள்ளதேவையில்லை.


Examples: வினா 15: குமார் என்பவர் வீட்டில் ஆங்கிலம் தவிர்ந்த வேறு ஒரு மொழியை பேசுகிறாரா?

கொஞ்சம் கொஞ்சம் தமிழ் பேசுபவர் / புரிந்து கொள்பவர் என்றாலும் கூட (குறிப்பாக பிள்ளைகள்) Yes, Other (please specify) என்பதைச் சொடுக்கி TAMIL என்று மட்டும் (இந்தியர், இலங்கையர், ஈழவர், மலேசியர், சிங்கப்பூரியர், .. என்ற மேலதிக வகுத்தல் இன்றி) தட்டலாம்.

வினா 17: சிவகுமார் என்பவரின் பூர்வீகம் என்ன?

தமிழ் என்ற அடையாளத்தைக் கௌரவமான பூர்வீக அடையாளமாகக் கொண்டு Other ancestry 1 (please specify) என்பதைச் சொடுக்கி TAMIL என்று மட்டும் (இந்தியர், இலங்கையர், ஈழவர், மலேசியர், சிங்கப்பூரியர், ..என்ற மேலதிக வகுத்தல் இன்றி) தட்டலாம்.

SBS TAMIL RADIO Video Link: சென்சஸ் - மக்கள் தொகைக் கணக்கெடுப்பு அல்லது குடிசன மதிப்பீடு 

https://www.facebook.com/SBSTamil/videos/1073872269349095/

http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/tamil/ta/content/census-il-ptivoom-naam-tmilllr?language=ta

http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/tamil/ta/content/census-il-illainyrkllinnn-mollli-ennnnnn?language=ta

GTV NEWS Link:

https://www.facebook.com/globaltamilvisionnetwork/videos/vb.100002327423445/1169692029785033/?type=2

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Date: 6 August 2016 at 22:38
Subject: Fwd: Tamil Eelam as our country

Vanakkam,

Can you please circulate the following message to your contacts.

Thank you
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This week, ABS has informed us that ''Tamil Eelam'' will be recognised as a legitimate country name under country code 7107. This a great achievement and a recognition for all Australian Tamils.

Let's ensure we write ''Tamil Eelam'' as our country of birth to truly reflect our birth place and also to ensure this code remains available for us in future due to adequate number of people nominating it in this 2016 census.

 

In addition of the recognition by the ABS, it is also politically very significant to our people. It is our duty now to ensure that this recognition by the ABS is well received and utilised by our people. We admit that our focus previously was on putting ''Ceylon'' as the preferred country name, but that decision was made prior to ''Tamil Eelam'' becoming available as a recognised country name this week.

Therefore, please consider this appeal in that context and it is not our intent to confuse or divert our community approach.


அன்பான ஒஸ்ரேலியா வாழ் உறவுகளே!

ஒஸ்ரேலிய சனத்தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பு திணைக்களத்தின் இந்த வார அறிக்கையின் படி எமது பிறந்த நாடு Tamil Eelam (தமிழீழம்) எனவும் பதியப்படுவதற்கு வாய்ப்பு ஏற்பட்டுள்ளது.

எமது தனித்துவத்தை வெளிப்படுத்தும் இத்தகைய நல்வாய்ப்பானது எமக்கு மிகவும் முக்கியமானதாகும்.

முன்னர் எமது பிறந்த நாடு எது ன்ற கேள்விக்கு Ceylon (இலங்கை) என பதியும் படி கேட்டிருந்தோம். ஆனாலும் தற்போது தமிழீழம் என்பது தனியான குறியீட்டு எண்ணுடன் ஒதுக்கப்பட்டு அறிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளமை வரப்பிரசாதமாகும்.

எனவே பிறந்தநாடு எதுவென்ற கேள்விக்கு நீங்கள் இலங்கைத்தீவின் தமிழர் தாயகத்தில் பிறந்திருந்திருந்தால் Tamil Eelam என பதியுமாறு கேட்டுக்கொள்கின்றோம்.

அன்பான ஒஸ்ரேலிய வாழ் உறவுகளே!

அவுஸ்திரேலிய சனத்தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பில் பிறந்த நாடு Tamil Eelam என பதிவதை ஏற்றுக்கொண்டுள்ளதாக ABS அறிவித்துள்ளது. எனவே

Country of Birth - TAMIL EELAM or INDIA or MALAYSIA (Country of Birth)

Language spoken at home (other than English) - TAMIL

Our ancestry – TAMIL

என பதிவோம். உங்கள் வீட்டில் உள்ள அனைவரும் சனத்தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பில் பங்குபற்றவேண்டும்.

அனைவருக்கும் இந்தச் செய்தியை பகிர்ந்துகொள்ளுங்கள்.

This week, ABS has informed us that ''Tamil Eelam'' will be recognised as a legitimate country name for 2016 Census.

Please ensure we write ''Tamil Eelam'' as our country of birth to truly reflect our birth place and our separate Tamil identity.

We previously appealed to write ''Ceylon'', but that appeal was made prior to ''Tamil Eelam'' becoming available as a recognised country name. Therefore, this is our latest appeal.

Thank you.

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ramesh Bala <rameshbalakrish@gmail.com>
Date: 3 August 2016 at 15:07
Subject: URGENT ATTENTION: Identify yourself as '' TAMIL '' in 2016 Australian Census (Aug 9th) - Q15 & Q17

Hi & Vanakkam,
 
You probably know this already… in case you don't and if you want to share what we ought to do at Census 2016, this e-mail may help. Be Counted as a Tamil at the 2016 Australian Population Census. For more informations, please refer the email & attachments below.

ஒஸ்திரேலியாவின் மக்கள் தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பு ஓகஸ்ட் மாதம் 9ம் நாள் நடைபெறவுள்ளது. 17 வது தடவையாக நடைபெறும் இக் கணக்கெடுப்பில் முதல் தடவையாக, பலர் இணையவழியாக இதில் பங்கு கொள்ளப் போகிறார்கள். அது மட்டுமல்ல, பல்கலாச்சார சமூகம் குறித்த பல தரவுகளை விரிவாக அறிந்து கொண்டு, அதற்கான வசதிகளையும், சேவைகளையும் மற்றைய திணைக்களங்களினுடாக வழங்க புள்ளிவிபரத்துறை அதிக ஆர்வம் கொண்டுள்ளது.

முக்கிய குறிப்பு: இந்த மக்கள் தொகை கணக்கெடுப்பில் நீங்கள் இணையதள வழி மூலமாகவோ அல்லது படிவம் மூலமாகவோ பங்கெடுக்காது விட்டால் நீங்கள் அபராதம் ($180 per day) செலுத்தவேண்டியிருக்கும்.

மேலதிக விபரங்களிற்கு, கீழ் உள்ள மின்னஞ்சலில் அல்லது இணைப்பில் அல்லது இணைய முகவரியில் பார்த்து அறிந்துகொள்ளவும்.

Please circulate this email message to your Tamil contacts around Australia to maximise the importance of our action.
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Hi Ramesh,

Please forward the below to your contacts.

 

Please note the change in question numbers in the 2016 Form. It is now Q11, Q15 and Q1

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7
​(According Online Form)

Question and Answers

Question 11 - Country of Birth - Answer: 
TAMIL EELAM
or ​
CEYLON ​or India or Malaysia​ or country of origin.​
Question 15 Language spoken at home (other than English) – TAMIL
Question 17 Our ancestry – TAMIL
​ ​
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(Not the country of birth).

ABS does not publish any information related to individuals, nor does it share information about individuals with other Government agencies in Australia. ABS only publishes consolidated, aggregate figures.
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It will benefit not just us but the generation to come as well, if we Tamils identify ourselves as an ethnic group.

Tamil representatives have been in consultation with ABS and worked together to have fixes in place to avoid misrepresentation of Tamils living in Australia from last census in 2006
​and 2011 ​
and Tamils are accurately represented in 201
​6
 Census.


Hence, let us Tamils identify ourselves as Tamils and show our real strength in Australia.

Please pass this to your family and friends.  Your help in this matter is will be appreciated by all the Tamils in years to come.

 

From: rajeevan (ar) [mailto:tamil_australian@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: 31 July 2016 19:34
Subject: Identify yourself as '' TAMIL '' in 2016 Census – Q15 & Q17

 

Hi All,

 

August 9th is our next Census day - Note, all Tamils living in Australia should participate in the Census irrespective of your current visa or residency status.

 

Community benefits, education opportunities, language services, special religious grants, senior citizens facilities/concessions and other government resources are allocated based on this information.

 

It is important to ensure Tamils are accurately represented in the 2016 ABS Census this time and we need your co-operation and support.

 

With the above in mind, please identify yourself as from the ''Tamil'' ethnic group. This will not only benefit us now showing our combined community strength, it also will benefit our future generations.

Therefore, let us identify us as Tamils in Q16 and Q18 in the ABS Census Form. 

 

No matter from which particular country we came from, as people of Tamil origin living in Australia - let us identify ourselves as ''Tamils'' and show our unity and strength as a single ethnic group – TAMILS.

 

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Please circulate this email message to your Tamil contacts around Australia to maximise the importance of our action.

rajeevan

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Do I have to do the Census?

Everyone in Australia must complete the Census, wherever they are on Census night.

The Census is compulsory. Everyone in Australia on Census night must complete the Census. The information is collected under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905.

Most Australians give their overwhelming support for the Census and willingly participate for the benefit of their community. Generally, the need to enforce penalties for non-completion is rare.

If a person fails to complete the Census, the first step taken by the ABS is to notify that person of their legal obligation to do so. If that person continues to refuse to complete the Census, they may face a fine of up to $180 per day until the form is returned. In some cases, penalties can also include a criminal conviction for failure to complete and return a form when directed. It is also an offence to provide false or misleading statements or information. The penalty is a fine of up to $1,800.

Remember, the Census is our moment to pause and make a difference.

What if I will be away from home on Census night?

Everyone who is in Australia on Census night needs to participate in the Census, no matter where you are. Whether you are an international visitor, travelling to remote areas, simply travelling interstate or staying away from home due to a natural disaster or other reason, arrangements have been made for you to complete the Census.

Staying with family or friends

If you are staying with family or friends on Census night, make sure you are included on their form.

Staying in other accommodation

For those staying at an accommodation service such as a hotel, serviced apartment, hostel or caravan park, your accommodation service provider will give you a form when you arrive.

Travelling in remote areas

Special Field Officers will be found at certain locations in remote areas such as truck stops and caravan parks. They will provide you with a Census form or information on how to complete the Census online. If you are travelling and staying in remote parts of Australia on Census night, and do not receive a Census form from a dedicated pick-up location, please contact theCensus Inquiry Service.

Away from home due to natural disaster

In areas that have experienced natural disasters, the Census will count how many people reside in, or intend to return to, the affected areas. Answers to the question about your usual address will provide accurate information about these areas to inform planning decisions and rebuilding efforts.

Overseas on Census night

If you are not in Australia on Census night, you are not required to complete the Census. If you're overseas on Census night, we use the information collected on overseas departure cards from Australia's ports and airports to add Australian residents back in - you will still be counted.

International visitors

If you are visiting Australia on Census night, you are required to participate. Your accommodation provider will give you a form or details of how to complete the Census online.

Do I have to complete the Census if I am not an Australian citizen?

Yes, everyone in Australia on August 9, including visitors, will need to complete the Census. Foreign diplomats and their families are exempt.

I identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. How do I show this on my Census?

It is important we get the full picture of everyone who identifies as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and where they are in Australia. It helps plan for health, education, employment and other important services in your community.

If you identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person, you should select 'yes' for that question.

If you identify as both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, you should select both 'yes' boxes for that question.

Download Aboriginal and Torres Islander information from How we're reaching everyone.

I live in a regional or remote community. How will I be counted?

The majority of Australian households will receive a Census Instruction Letter in the mail, but you may receive a visit from a Field Officer from July to August 2016 if you live in a regional or remote community. The Field Officer will ask questions about you, your home and everyone who lives with you. Remember to include babies, children, relatives and visitors.

If you don't receive a Census Instruction Letter or a visit from a Field Officer, contact theCensus Inquiry Service.

What if I live in a share house?

If you live in shared accommodation or on campus, don't rely on others to include you on their Census.

It is compulsory for everyone in Australia to be included in the Census, either by filing in your own form or being included as part of the household you are staying at on August 9.

If you live in a share house, your household will receive a Census Instruction Letter in the post. If you would like to complete a separate form, contact the Census Inquiry Service.

If you live in a university residence or similar group accommodation, each room will receive a Census form.

If you don't receive a Census Instruction Letter or a Census form, contact the Census Inquiry Service.

What if I have no usual address at the moment or I'm staying somewhere temporarily?

The ABS has developed special procedures to help people experiencing homelessness complete the Census.

If you are 'sleeping rough' on Census night, you will be counted by Field Officers who are employed where there are known concentrations of people sleeping rough. Field Officers will complete a special (short) Census form by interviewing and recording peoples' responses.

If you are experiencing homelessness on Census night and have not received a Census form, contact the Census Inquiry Service. If you are unable to contact the Census Inquiry Serviceplease visit your nearest homeless service provider.

The Census is your opportunity to make a difference for yourself and others in your situation. Collecting data about this population group is especially vital when forming policy, allocating funding and providing services for the community.

If you are sleeping rough, couch surfing or staying somewhere temporarily, please see How we're reaching everyone for more information.

How are fly-in fly-out (FIFO), drive-in drive-out (DIDO) and temporary visa holders counted?

If you are a fly-in fly-out/drive-in drive-out worker or a 457 visa holder, you must complete the Census.

Completing the Census accurately and in full is important so we have the information to make sure that communities with a high population of transient workers, such as mining communities, have the information to support planning for important infrastructure.

It is important that you answer the 'Usual address' question correctly. If you spend, or intend to spend, more than six months of the year onsite, you must record your onsite address as your usual address.

If you are onsite on Census night, you must complete your own form, even if you have a second residence where you live when you're not onsite. Your spouse/partner or family should not include you on their form.



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