News and Events
Western Sydney MRC launched a Community Civic Participation Toolkit at the conclusion of a Meet the Candidates Forum on May 4.
Attentiveness, care, appreciation and praise are central to a happy home, marriage and family and were modelled by the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) throughout his life.
Sydney Multicultural Community Services (MCS) has highlighted the importance of Refugee Week 2022 in advocating for the wider community, institutions, and governments to support the healing process of refugees.
New arrivals who have fled the war in Ukraine and other conflicts face a raft of uncertainties as they settle in Australia but Advance Diversity Service (ADS) has joined forces with community and settlement services to smooth their transition.
During Refugee Week Community Northern Beaches launched the My Settlement Journey project, a collection of stories of settlement of migrants and refugees written by volunteer writers.
Advance Diversity Services (ADS) has been commended for taking the lead in promoting anti-racism in its work and in sharing the importance of engagement and education in anti-racism with other organisations in its sector.
Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres and Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure visited Nepean Multicultural Access’s office to discuss local needs and issues affecting the local CALD communities.
In celebration of Youth Week 2022 (April 4 to 14), Metro Assist organised, in partnership with Canterbury Bankstown City Council and the Lebanese Muslim Association, the Kickstart Youth Employment Expo for young people aged 17 to 24.
Metro Assist organised a Youthrivers fun trip for newly arrived Afghan young people to Carss Park, Kogarah, late last year.
The Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency (MECA) in partnership with 17 stakeholders in the Blacktown LGA organised several events for Refugee Week 2022.
Focus Connect SETS Youth had a fun outing to the movies as a school holiday/Youth Week 2022 celebration.
The Regional Settlement Conference, held on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, harnessed insights and shared perspectives on the key ingredients of successful regional settlement.
The Cambodian-Australian Welfare Council of NSW (CAWC), an ethno-specific community-based organisation established in 1983, originally known as Khmer Interagency, is the newest member of the NSW Settlement Partnership.
The NSP Quarterly Meeting on March 17 featured a guest presentation by Alison Larkins, Commonwealth Coordinator-General for Migrant Services, followed by questions and comments.
SydWest was proud to host a very special International Women’s Day event for its clients and stakeholders across the greater Blacktown area.
More than 60 people joined in for a Community Story Sharing event, part of Blacktown’s Harmony Week (March 21-27) activities.
Accessible Diversity Services Initiatives Ltd (ADSI) has helped many clients manage distressing circumstances during COVID-19 – clients like Asgari and her family, who faced loss of income and possible eviction.
Community leaders, members, health professionals, government representatives, staff and friends joined a Community Leader Harmony Dinner at Hammurabi in Fairfield Heights on March 17.