Mabor Chadhuol, from CEH interviewed on SBS radio to talk STIs, Hep B & our community.
Last Wednesday Mabor Chadhoul, a Community Engagement and Projects Officer for CEH was interviewed on SBS radio about some of the work he is doing with the Dinka community (in Dinka), hear the interview here and watch a segment of the interview via Facebook.
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health through our Multicultural Health Support Service provides information on HIV and Hepatitis B incidence and prevalence in culturally and linguistically diverse group (CALD) communities. CEH also provides health translations in many languages including Dinka.
Racism is any form of prejudice or discrimination against another due to the belief that one’s race, colour or ethnicity is superior. Whether conscious or unconscious, no form of racism is acceptable. 5 types of racism and how to call it out.read more
In Australia, some call today Harmony Day. No other nation across the world calls March 21st Harmony Day. Instead they choose to use the correct term, The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Calling the 21st of March ‘Harmony Day’...read more
On International Women's Day, the Multicultural Sexual Health Network ran a forum focused on consent and current strategies to engage with people from multicultural communities. Guest speakers Jenny Walsh from Relationships and...read more
Building on the Understanding the NDIS training which CEH run for interpreters in Victoria last year, CEH received further support from the Victorian government to continue the interpreters' training and to expand it to bicultural workers and Multicultural Education...read more
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