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Trainers Jolyon Burford, Siri Gunawardana and Spase Veljanovski delivered 80 workshops and presentations throughout Victoria and interstate. Siri got the most holiday sounding venue – Noosa (it was South Brisbane, but whatever).read more
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
CEH manages Australia's largest translated health directory, Health Translations. The directory was recently shortlisted in the City of Melbourne Melbourne Awards. CEH's Matt Loads recently spoke at the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing Conference about...read more
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) offers condolences and support to the family and community of Laa Chol, during this period of grief. We would also ask politicians to think carefully before using this tragic event for short-term media exposure.read more
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health (CEH) is excited to announce a new training partnership with The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH).
This partnership will see 6000 staff undertake training to build on their existing knowledge and skills of working with refugee and migrant communities.
It was announced today, two community groups will work with CEH to improve the health of refugee and migrant communities as winners of CEH’s Community grants program. The recipients were two of five finalists for the program which is designed to encourage health promotion through education. Applications were drawn from a range of newly arrived refugee and migrant community groups.read more
The treatment of asylum seekers by the Australian government is not just cruel but unlawful. We are a signatory to The 1951 Refugee Convention. Under international law, people have the right to seek asylum and be protected. According to The UN Refugee Agency, the...read more
This Wednesday, on World refugee day 20 June, the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health (CEH) looks forward to announcing the winners of our first community grants program.read more
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity (CEH) and Health welcomes $5 million for the Fostering Integration Grants Scheme, but is disappointed with the approach to people from refugee backgrounds, generally, in the 2018-19 federal budget.read more
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