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HIV Treatment & Prevention: Q&A

HIV Treatment & Prevention: Q&A

The following is a condensed transcript of a Q&A with HIV experts at our World Refugee Day M-CAN Forum: Access for All. What is the difference between HIV and AIDS? There is not yet a cure for HIV but people living with HIV may go into treatment very early, which...
MCAN Commences Preparation for Cultural Diversity Week

MCAN Commences Preparation for Cultural Diversity Week

Multicultural Community Action Network (MCAN) members have been making plans for Cultural Diversity Week. This year, Cultural Diversity Week will have the theme “Racism, Stigma and Discrimination in Health”. The week-long event will celebrate of the diversity of our...
MCAN grant recipient excels in Craigieburn

MCAN grant recipient excels in Craigieburn

On World Refugee Day on June 20, CEH announced the winners of our first community grants program. The Multicultural Community Action Network (MCAN) grant of $2000 was for projects benefiting refugee and migrant communities.  The Hume Afghan Community Association was...
M-CAN Community Grants 2018

M-CAN Community Grants 2018

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) supports innovative projects that help create an equal future for everyone in Victoria. In 2018, We welcome applications for projects benefiting refugee and migrant communities, in particular, we seek applications...

MCAN Forum March 17: AOD & Grant Writing

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Launching the new Multicultural Community Action Network

Launching the new Multicultural Community Action Network

On World Refugee Day, we launched the new Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN) to help improve the sexual health of people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.Refugee and migrant communities are more vulnerable to blood borne viruses and sexually...