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.
Congratulations to Premier Daniel Andrews and the Labour Party on winning the state election on Saturday. CEH believes the victory of the Labour Party is the victory of inclusion and multiculturalism that all Victorians value. Victoria has chosen social cohesion over divisionread more
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...read more
A non-politically aligned, independent organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been kicked out of Nauru. MSF was providing mental health care to people being detained as part of offshore processing. The people on Nauru intended to reach Australia, initially....read more
The implications of this work domestically reinforce the use of casual comical racism to diminish the underlying sensitivities experienced by many newly arrived communities and indeed our first nations people.read more
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