Triple J’s ‘The Hook-up’ talks sexual health with the CEH
Alison Coelho, Co-manager for the CEH, along with two young people we work with, was interviewed on Triple J’s ‘The Hook Up’ with James Findlay on Sunday 17 of September. You can listen to the interview here and the whole program here.
The program highlights issues around sexual health and relationships. The clip you’ll hear talks about some of the difficulties for young people who are international students and/or from a refugee background living in a new country and getting access to the right information about topics like contraception, blood-borne viruses, and relationships. It’s an entertaining and informative listen.
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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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