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We are puzzled by the revelation that the federal government consulted with a journalist who the Federal Court has ruled breached the Act, and puts his views on equal footing as indigenous groups and other ethnic groups.
What do health care providers say about sexual and reproductive health of refugee and migrant women?
Some recent research has provided some new insights into how sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of refugee and migrant women is prioritised in the Australian Health System Unfortunately it shows very little is being done, currently, and there are significant barriers to equitable access.
World AIDS Day marks a special day of reflection, compassion and unity in the fight against HIV around the World. The first ever-global health day has been celebrated on December 1 for more than two decades. The day enables people to show support and passion for HIV positive people and commemorate loved ones who have died from AIDS-related illness
CEH strongly supports the AMA’s call for the Government to provide reports on the wellbeing and health of the asylum seekers placed on Manus Island.
The CEH has developed three glossaries, translated into seven languages, to help our community when they are seeking to use services in Victoria.
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health (CEH) support, applauds the outcome of the postal survey.
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