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A not-for-profit association that undertakes government-funded projects to fulfill our constitutional objectives and improve the range of services available to members of ethnic communities.
The national peak body that represents Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and monitors a wide range of issues including social welfare, employment, language policy and immigration.
Department of Home Affairs website that provides information about citizenship in Australia, how to apply for visa, settling in Australia, and how to become a citizen.
An independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit body established to enhance the productive benefits of Australia’s migration and humanitarian programs.
The leading agency for implementing the policy and legislative framework to support multicultural principles in NSW and promoting community harmony and social cohesion to achieve cultural and economic prosperity.
A site for aged care service providers, community organisations, carers and other members of the community that provides information about cross-cultural resources.
Delivers government payments and services such as Centrelink and Medicare for refugees and for those new to living in Australia.
Assists newly-arrived Chinese-speaking migrants with settlement concerns including housing, employment, education as well as health and welfare issues through free face-to-face casework and referral services. The service is supported by the financial assistance from the Australian Government.
A not-for-profit community based organisation with provision of a range of services for newly arrived migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants, such as settlement service and training sessions.
A community organisation that supports newcomers and other Australians who have experienced vulnerability, including refugees, people seeking asylum and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, to build capacity and enable them to overcome inequality.
Offers assistance in multiple areas such as learning English and vocational education training courses, and specialised employment services.
Provides comprehensive interpreting and translation services in 104 languages and dialects, including Auslan (Australian sign language).
Delivers impartial and independent Australian news, current affairs, business, sports, culture and community profiles in 68 different languages.
Provides phone and on-site interpreting services to non-English speakers in over 150 languages.
Works with culturally diverse communities and with health services in NSW to reduce the impacts of HIV and viral hepatitis and provides information in over 20 languages.
Provides information and services to help health professionals communicate with non-English speaking communities throughout NSW. This service is funded by the NSW Department of Health.
State-wide service established in 1993 to support good mental health and enhance pathways to care for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Independent third party which investigates complaints about discrimination and human rights breaches. AHRC also provides legal advice to courts, make submissions to parliaments and governments, and initiate research into human rights and discrimination issues.
Offers support for everyone's right to access justice and other help for families, and promote early intervention and inclusion, with benefits for the whole community.
A state-wide legal service addressing the exploitation of migrant workers and offers free, confidential legal advice and representation to migrants and temporary visa holders in New South Wales.
Australia’s largest provider of free specialist legal assistance to people seeking asylum, refugees and disadvantaged migrants.
Ensures the general public has appropriate access to justice and can be easily connected to members of the profession when they require legal advice.