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Events And Opportunities

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MYAN NSW – Multicultural Youth Affairs Network Meeting, Sydney (5 December 2019)

PHD opportunity and journal extended call

Australian Government Grants: Disability, Mental Health and Carers: National Disability Conference Initiative (Applications close 7 January 2020 – 11:00pm AEDT)

UNSW, Kaldor centre: Sexual orientation, gender identity and asylum: Australian and global perspectives, Sydney (12 December 2019)

Deakin CREATE – movie screening ‘JOURNEY BEYOND FEAR’ and Q & A, Melbourne (8 December 2019)

Lifeline – FREE Complex Forms of Domestic Violence Training, Oatlands (5 December 2019)

Tasmanian Community Fund – 2020 Emerging Community Leaders program (Applications close 29 November 2019)

Multicultural Australia & La Boite – The Neighbourhood, Brisbane (8 – 29 February 2020)

Lifeline Canberra – Free DV alert training for the settlement sector, Canberra (16 & 17 December 2019)

International Conference on Community Translation 2019, RMIT University, Melbourne (13-15 December 2019)

ASLIA National Conference, Newcastle (18 to 21 September 2020)

Free – Lifeline’s Accredited Family Violence Workshop with a Focus on the Settlement Sector (16-17 December)

Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia Workshops (October 2019 to March 2020)

International Federation of Settlement and Neighbourhood Centres (IFS) Conference (12-14 August, 2020)

Brotherhood of St Laurence – Serving Multicultural Communities: Cross-Cultural Responsiveness Training for Administrative Staff

Human Rights Awards – 13 December.

Lifeline – FREE Domestic Violence Training, various locations in Western Sydney (October – December 2019 and March 2020)

ANROWS Conference, Adelaide (28–30 April 2020)

2020 National Advancing Community Cohesion Conference – The Way Forward, Sydney (10 – 13 February 2020)

The Queensland Government – Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative