Covid-19 Translations

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Changing Men’s Behaviour – Online sessions

Parenting skills courseDr Santino and Deng Kor will be speakers on Changing Men’s Behaviours and Respectful Relationships in Families, in Zoom sessions commencing on 6 May 2020 from 2pm. The goal is to strengthen family relationships based on cultural approaches.

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Positive Parenting – Women’s Online Sessions

African ladiesEthnic Council of Shepparton and District in collaboration with Catholic Care and Primary Care Connect will present free session in improving family relationships/family health for settlement communities of Greater Shepparton. The session will be conducted online using Zoom on 22 April 2020. This session is for women.

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Shepparton’s Cultural Diversity Week – 2020

Cultural Diversity Week - 2020 Cultural Diversity Week, held from 21 – 29 March, brings together people from all walks of life to promote and embrace community harmony and celebrate the many cultures that make Australia so vibrant. Shepparton’s Cultural Diversity Week celebrations will be launched in Maude St Mall on Saturday 21 March 2020. Join the FREE Launch event for a variety of cultural demonstrations, finger food, interactive art and family friendly activities.

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Our Hazara communities

the Hazara report

The Murray Public Health Network region is home to several different groups of refugees, including Hazara refugees from Afghanistan.

The aim of this project has been to explore the health experiences and needs of Hazara people in the Murray Public Health Network catchment, and to consider the barriers and opportunities for them to access health services.

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