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A joint venture initiative has produced a new video campaign aiming to boost the uptake of the coronavirus vaccine among Melbourne’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
June 20 – 26 is Refugee Week 2021. We acknowledge the important contributions of people from a refugee, asylum seeker, and humanitarian migrant background as part of our workforce, and their invaluable contributions to civic and community life.
In collaboration with the Multicultural Drug & Alcohol Partnership, the CEH training team is delivering FREE WORKSHOPS for the Alcohol & other Drugs Sector.
The Multicultural Health and Support Services (MHSS) recently underwent a review process of their Peer Education Project using the What Works Why Framework developed by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at Latrobe University.
Join MDAP and their partner organisations for a community forum on June 5th 1pm, in partnership with the South Sudanese community.
CEH has partnered with Gilead Science on the HealthVu app – designed to help individuals gain a better understanding of its HIV treatment drugs.
CEH welcomes its new Coordinators. We are all looking forward to a bright future at CEH knowing we have terrific staff and important work to do.
The Multicultural Drug and Alcohol Partnership (MDAP) has welcomed 18 young people of South Sudanese background who will be Peer Educators with the partnership.
In early 2020 CEH’s Multicultural Health Support Service worked with Ballarat Community Health (BCH) to develop and implement a peer educator training project. This project was funded under the Safer Pathways for Women from Refugee and Immigrant Backgrounds.
The Speaking COVID-19 training project has come to an end. Between October 2020 and April 2021, CEH has run 50 workshops for more than 500 Bicultural Workers.
The International Student Sexual Health Network (ISSHN ) meet on March 28 2021 to discuss current research, policy and projects that aim to promote the sexual and reproductive health of international students in Australia.
Since the onset of the pandemic, CEH has developed and delivered culturally responsive training, research & resources to support the health and wellbeing of migrants, refugees and international students. Read more for an in depth look at CEH’s work supporting communities in response to COVID-19.
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