Forums and Events, News - 28 January, 2021

Living and Settling in Australia

The Migrant Information Centre (MIC) is running an online forum series “Living and Settling in Australia” via ZOOM. This two part series will focus on migration, visas and entitlements for refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. Please see below for further information on session dates and to register: Session 1 – Refugee, TPV & SHE Visas, Asylum […]

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New Publications, News - 27 January, 2021

Better Safer Care

The Victorian Agency for Health Information (VAHI) has released the first ever population-representative report titled, ‘Family violence in Victoria: findings of the Victorian Population Health Survey 2017′, which is available via the Better Safer Care website. The Victorian Population Health Survey (VPHS), conducted annually since 2001, provides comprehensive and reliable information about the physical, mental and social […]

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A Strategy For Equality

Women’s Health East has launched the  A Strategy for Equality: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in Melbourne’s East 2020 – 2025  which is now available to download online for your perusal. The Strategy is intended to drive coordinated action in the region on these three key priorities, in order to address women’s sexual and reproductive health […]

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Scaling Up INFANT

  Access $5000 seed funding to get started with INFANT INFANT (INfant Feeding, Active play and NuTrition) was developed by researchers within the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) at Deakin University over 10 years to help families establish healthy lifestyle behaviours from the start of life. As part of this DHHS are supporting the […]

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Upskill In 2021

Orygen are  proud to partner with The University of Melbourne for Australia’s first fully online graduate courses in youth mental health. Designed in collaboration with world-leading researchers and clinicians, our graduate courses offer the latest theory, research and evidence-based approaches to youth mental health. Did we mention that all courses are part-time and online? So you can […]

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News - 08 December, 2020

Post-COVID Budget Reforms

At the 2020 VCOSS Treasurer’s Breakfast, host by Channel 9’s Andrew Lund, the Victorian Government presented their first comprehensive budget on our post-COVID recovery. The latest state budget mapped out some significant reforms to community and social policy. Learn more    

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Eco Friendly Gift Ideas

Sustainability is the best gift you can give during the festive season. We all want to buy that perfect gift for our loved ones but we don’t want the recipient to use it once and throw it away. So if your idea of the perfect gift includes being kind to the environment, then check out […]

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News - 01 December, 2020

Community Connectors Program

The Migrant Information Centre (MIC) has recently received funding for the Community Connectors Program (CCP) to support people with disabilities from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds. The main purpose of the program is to reduce the barriers that people with disabilities from CALD communities face to accessing the NDIS. The main purpose of the […]

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News - 06 November, 2020

Gender Equality and Body Safety

EDVOS is excited to bring you three webinars for parents, caregivers and educators on promoting gender equality and body safety in the early webinars. The webinars will be hosted by Jayneed Sanders, an experienced educator, author, publisher and blogger. So book your place now! Gender Equality and Body Safety Webinar: Early Childhood Educators/Teachers Gender Equality […]

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