SouthWest Sydney CALD communities voiced their concerns – where to from here post-election?
aking this responsibility seriously, Western Sydney MRC and Metro Assist partnered to run a Community Consultation Tour for the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities in Canterbury-Bankstown area on 24th March 2022. Employing a community capacity building approach, the consultation session was held online via zoom to identify key issues as described by the communities as well as provide them with resources such as the Community Civic Participation Toolkit and well as Local Government Areas based snapshots.
Exciting New Project – Civic Spotlight 2022 – Behind the Scenes
by Dr Archana Voola – Policy Officer, Western Sydney MRC My strategy has been to take a systematic approach to needs assessment. The first instinct is to go to the communities and ask them directly what the critical issues of concern are for them. This is necessary but unholistic. While lived experiences provide unique and […]
Labor’s Multicultural Statement and Settlement Outcomes research.
This is the Labor Party’s vision of the Settlement sector and its vision of social inclusive society and Australia. The Labor Party hopes that from this statement it can bring together community, to build on the success of our current multicultural Australia.