Strategic Partnerships – Participation

Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District undertakes a wide range of activities engaging in community strengthening for new arrivals, and building social cohesion – enabling settlement communities to build strong connections and participate in community activities. This is enabled by the Capacity Building and Participation Program is administered by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Shepparton Pathways to Care – Suicide Bereavement Workshop

StandBy Response Service – which provides support after suicide conducted a full day bereavement workshop in Shepparton on 27 March 2019. This workshop engaged service providers and community caregivers with basic suicide bereavement intervention skills and to enhance communities capacity to respond to suicide, trauma and related issues.

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Shepparton community members come together after Christchurch terror attack.

The Shepparton community has come together to talk about the effect of the Christchurch terror attack. Organised by the Greater Shepparton Youth of Colour and Culture, the Community Conversations event on Tuesday focused on the topic ‘unpacking the impact of terrorism on our communities’.

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Most Australians say migrants are a strength not a burden: poll

Nearly two-thirds of Australians view immigrants as a national strength, the second biggest share among the world’s top migrant destination countries. A survey of 18 nations which together host more than half the world’s immigrants found 64 per cent of Australians think migrants have made the country stronger because of their work and talents. Only Canada had a higher share at 68 per cent, the survey by the Washington-based Pew Research Centre shows.

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