Brotherhood of St Laurence: Youth Program
The Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Youth Program works with young people aged 15-25 to support them to access education and employment support through one to one or group coaching. They also run social inclusion activities and civic engagement activities, such as workshops and camps
ACCESS' Community Education team organised a Community Safety day for clients. The purpose of the day was to equip the community with some essential knowledge around disaster management and emergency situations such as fires, medical emergencies, dangerous Australian wildlife and water safety.
Youth Visit to Parliament House Canberra
SydWest Multicultural Services supports young refugees and migrants to engage and participate in Australian society by organising a visit to Parliament House Canberra.
Welcome to the Neighbourhood
Community Migrant Resource Centre (CMRC) promoting integration and participation through their Welcome to the Neighbourhood Project.
Women’s Financial Empowerment
Spectrum and Women's Health West support financial empowerment of women to pave their way for civic participation.
The Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre aims to bring together individuals, communities and organisations from many different backgrounds, to promote harmony and unity, and to celebrate Interculturalisism.
Multicultural Sports Club
The Multicultural Sports Club promotes young people to transition into mainstream clubs.
The Successful Communities Toolbox is a website created for Multicultural Community Leaders to access step by step guidance and links that provide simple models for: governance, taking action, advocacy and promotion of their community group.
Stepping out of the shadows: Reducing Stigma in Multicultural Communities
This training aims to reduce the negative impact of stigma amongst CALD communities by exploring how communities can deal with mental illness stigmas, drawing on their strengths and experience