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This article explores the implications of taking symbols, names, ideas from other cultures and the idea white, race and gender privilege’. Here is a QnA format of an interview Dr Ruth De Souza, leader of our Research program, did with Kelly Higgins-Devine on 612 ABC Brisbane Afternoons.
This project brought young people together to collaboratively create a zine that reflected issues which were important to them. This included messages around positive body image, fighting gender-based violence, and prevention of blood-borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections… and much more.
Are you a service provider? We have developed a tool that can you help you improve your organisation’s cultural competence, which will in turn help you work more effectively with people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
We are managing and improving the Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Translations Directory. This project involves working with organisations who have contributed their resources, reviewing the functionality and design of the site, and developing new multilingual health resources.
he Multicultural Community Action Network (MCAN) is intended to develop long term partnerships that will bring together peer educators, other relevant community leaders and CEH. Olivia Williams is a peer educator who is dedicated to improving the health of her community.
Building Social Cohesion in our Communities is a free, interactive online resource to support development of strong, socially cohesive communities.
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health in partnership with Monash University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery will launch a series of three seminars to celebrate their new partnership.
Our Peer Education Program aims to work with people from the community to open up discussions about sexual health and blood borne viruses in a way that is easy to understand and is culturally appropriate.
The Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) services sector needs to be able to respond more effectively to the complex needs of people from refugee and migrant backgrounds – asserted Michal Morris in her presentation ‘Can Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services be Culturally...
Over the past two decades, we have worked with thousands of people and hundreds of organisations across the health, community and local government sector. We have demonstrated our commitment to achieving better health service outcomes for people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
Monash University (School of Nursing and Midwifery) has teamed up with the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health (a part of North Richmond Community Health) to address the health needs of a multicultural society.
We have launched our new Language Services Guide and information sheets to the community on Tuesday 9 December 2014.People from around the health and local government sector attended the launch for the opportunity to learn more about the resources, as well as hear...
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