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Practical tips on how to better communicate in English with clients whose English skills may be limited.
The Victorian Refugee Health Network is conducting a project, with support from the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, which aims to build the skills of people employed in bicultural roles to consult with refugee background communities about their health priorities and experiences of using health services.
The Cultural Competence Organisational Review (CORe) tool helps organisations improve their own cultural competence. By improving cultural competence, organisations strengthen their service delivery (access and appropriateness) to people from refugee and migrant communities.
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.
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