Recent publications from Multicultural NSW available to view online here
The Strategic Priorities drive the Vision of Multicultural NSW in the work that we do. The three Strategic Priorities for Multicultural NSW are:
Strategic Priority 1: COMMUNITYStrategic Priority 2: LANGUAGEStrategic Priority 3: CAPABILITY
NSW is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse states in the world. I endorse this strategic plan as the means for making the most of our cultural advantage.
The Refugee Settlement in Regional Areas: Evidence-based good practice report draws upon several case studies from across Australia to consider what makes successful and sustainable regional refugee settlement. The report is about regional communities and refugees and about how they can each contribute to achieving the other’s objectives and in so doing, creating something of benefit for all.
The dangers of labelling and stereotyping people were debated by more than 200 students from NSW schools and youth organisations at Multicultural NSW's annual IDEATION 2015, on Wednesday 9 September.
This report is more than a record of our 2014 Symposium. The central theme, Harmony in Action, could not have been a more fitting description of the diversity and leadership displayed on the day. The keynote speakers, the workshop presenters and the 300 strong participants demonstrated that we have the capability, the energy and commitment to meet the many challenges confronting us now, as overseas conflicts intensify and draw us in as Australians.
Human trafficking is a complex crime, which is often hidden and difficult to detect. People experiencing human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like conditions can be distrustful of authorities, fearful of deportation and threats of harm and unaware of their legal rights and protections in Australia. The Inquiry found that there is confusion about what ‘human trafficking’ means and little or no guidance for service providers, who may come into contact with trafficked people to help them respond appropriately.
Nearly 150 students from schools and youth organisations around NSW converged at the Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre on Thursday 13 November 2014 for Multicultural NSW’s annual youth leaders’ day, IDEATION 2014. An energetic day of workshops and performances was guided by the theme INSPIRING INNOVATIVE IDEAS.
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