The focus in this week’s CCOEI eNews is on the multicultural municipality of Monash. This brings to a conclusion our series over the past few issues on local government in Eastern Melbourne. We also review last evening’s CCOEI on-line ‘lockdown’ community concert; plus our regular wrap of local news, and information from further afield.
The City of Boroondara features in CCOEI eNews No 27, along with details of our up-coming second on-line multicultural concert, and our regular wrap of news and information for migrant service providers, CALD community leaders and cultural diversity advocates.
The City of Maroondah features in CCOEI eNews No 26. We also spotlight the success from CCOEI’s first Multicultural Community Concert held on Facebook along with our regular wrap-up of all the previous week’s news and information for migrant service providers, CALD community leaders and advocates.
In this issue we give details for the next MSC meeting and up-coming series of CCOEI online multicultural concerts. Our lead feature this week looks at how the City of Manningham serves its migrant communities; plus our usual news & info wrap-up for the past week, multicultural arts, professional development, jobs, volunteering and scholarships.
In this issue we announce an exciting up-coming series of CCOEI online community concerts. Our lead feature looks at how the City of Knox serves its migrant communities (digital extract from eNews No. 24 available here) . The next few issues will continue to showcase our local councils across Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region addressing the needs of their CALD residents
This week’s edition of CCOEI eNews features how the City of Whitehorse serves its migrant communities. The next few issues will also showcase how local councils across Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region address the needs of their CALD residents.
This week’s edition of CCOEI eNews features the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) delivered through Melbourne Polytechnic. This concludes our series on post-secondary institutions with campuses in Eastern Melbourne.
In this week’s edition, CCOEI eNews continues our series on tertiary education institutions in Eastern Melbourne. Today’s issue features the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) at Box Hill Institute; plus all of our usual news and updates for migrant community leaders and service providers.
In this week’s edition, CCOEI eNews continues our series on universities with campuses in Eastern Melbourne. Today’s issue features the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University’s Burwood Campus, plus all of our usual news and updates for migrant service providers.
In this week’s edition, we continue our series on universities with campuses in Eastern Melbourne. Today’s issue features the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre at Monash University’s Clayton campus, plus all of our usual news and updates for migrant service providers.
This week’s edition features the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH), an advocacy organisation working closely with professionals from health, community and local government services to improve their responsiveness to people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
This week’s edition highlights the issues created by the shutdown of Melbourne public housing tenants. It also includes articles and questions from community issues as we move into a new stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week’s edition has a focus on MiCare, a service that support migrants and refugees with a variety of needs ranging from aged care, community settlement, youth and family services, and education and employment programs.
This week’s edition has a focus on Swinburne University. Cultural diversity is at the heart of this university which is evident by the many initiatives undertaken for migrant and refugee students.
This week’s issue promotes the valuable work undertaken by the Eastern Community Legal Centre, their proactive activities and projects that deliver essential services and keep communities informed and safe.
This week’s issue promotes Refugee Week 2020 (week commencing Sunday 14 June 2020). Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity to celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society, it also serves to raise awareness of the challenges faced by refugees and their families.
This week’s issue has a focus on Eastern Health, their services and recent Eastern Health developments such as where to go for a screening test and visitor restrictions.
This week, we highlight the work done by the Migrant Information Centre as they continue to provide vital support to families in Ringwood and Box Hill throughout COVID-19. They have adapted to the pandemic by moving group programs, information sessions and community activities online. To find out more, click the link above.
This week, we continue to delve into the trends of racism and mistreatment occuring due to the coronavirus specifically towards members of Asian-Australian households. We examine and discuss the works of organisations to combat this alongside the potential of the development of a national anti-racism strategy and campaign.
This week’s edition takes a look at the rising tide of racism in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The Ethical Communities Council of Victoria’s All One Together campaign will redevelop messages delivered through the campaign to address the urgency of keeping all Australians safe and free from facing discrimination. For more information on the program and informartion on relief options during coronavirus click the link above.
This week’s edition features a message from the CCOEI President Sui Ting Tse and the CCOEI Committee of Management. It also features updates on the RCAA’s COVID-19 Relief Program and the creation of the International Student Emergency Relief Fund by the Victorian Government Last Week
This week’s edition of CCOEI eNews want to hear from you as our national peak, the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA), wants to hear how COIVD-19 has impacted migrants and people of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds living in Australia. We also take a deeper look at how coronavirus has effected those with temporary visas and how the financial repercussions of COVID-19 are impacting migrant workers
This week, CCOEI’s eNews focuses on the federal government’s recent policy involving Refugees, Migrants and temporary visa holders impacted by COVID-19. Unfortunately, with this policy there is room for people to be left behind without the proper support. Thus we have tried to lay out a number of support and service options for these communities to ensure that we all remain safe during coronavirus
This edition includes a message from the Chairperson of the Victorian Multicultural Commission on the pandemic, updates on the Victorian State of Emergency and a complete collection of multilingual COVID-19 Health Translations.
This edition discusses the Australian Government’s response plan to aid people with a disability, the call for social cohesion and community action by the Ethnic Community Council of Victoria and the newest update by the Department of Home Affairs.
This edition focuses on the efforts the Australian and Victorian Governments have taken to combat COVID-19 including the shutdown of nonessential services, the Box Hill Hospital’s COVID-19 Screening Clinic and Eastern Health visitor restrictions
This edition includes connections to a variety of in-language advice and information on the COVID-19 epidemic and the impact it is having on multicultural communities in the Eastern Region.
This edition includes details on the Refugee Sponsorship Reform Program pushed by Monash Council, an explanation of the Community Development Fund conducted by Knox Council and the Monthly Actions from The Refugee Council of Australia’s #YearofWelcome