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Indian and Polish community event at Victorian Parliament in Melbourne

The 4th May, 2016 will be a date remembered by many as a commemoration of good will and support offered to Polish World War II refugees by India and Indian ...

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Post WWII Polish refugees thank the Indian people and share their asylum seeker odyssey

Guest speaker: The Hon Robin Scott, Minister for Multicultural Affairs On Wednesday 4th May, 4pm, the Australian Multicultural Community Services, together with IndianCare, will welcome representatives of Post-WWII Polish refugees ...

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FECCA seeks feedback on digital government services

FECCA has launched its 2016 Access and Equity Survey, asking culturally and linguistically diverse community members and service providers to provide feedback about their use of digital government services and ...

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Building resilience within migrant and refugee women in Geelong

A program designed to empower women in our communities made possible by the support of the Victorian Multicultural Commission and implemented by the Australian Multicultural Community Services Inc. Here the poster for more information

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AMCS takes part in NARI’s research

AMCS volunteers are taking part in a research run by NARI titled “How to acknowledge and promote the contribution of older people from CALD communities” (funded by Scanlon Foundation) Details about ...

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AMCS Christmas wishes

Australian Multicultural Community Services Inc management and staff would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a World of Good Wishes. One of the real joys of the ...

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Sharing Season Gift Appeal

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The unmet welfare and health needs of the Turkish community in Victoria

Last 18th of November AMCS launched the research report entitled: The unmet welfare and health needs of the Turkish community in Victoria by Sultan Dogan The report was officially launched ...

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Spring Newsletter 2015

Cruising the Beauty of the Maribyrnong River This month AMCS organised a special outing to thank our hard working volunteers and carers by inviting them for a cruise on the ...

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FECCA’S 2020 VISION FOR OLDER CALD AUSTRALIANS

Ageing with dignity, control and choice: FECCA’s vision for older culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) Australians is that they live well, are able to contribute to, engage with, and enjoy ...

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