In language video on family violence

Victoria Police

Victoria Police has today launched videos in multiple languages to encourage people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to seek help if they are experiencing family violence.

The videos are available in English and 12 other languages: Arabic, Burmese, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Dari, Farsi, Greek, Italian, Punjabi, Macedonian, Turkish and Vietnamese.

These videos will soon also be available in an additional 13 languages: Hindi, Pashto, Khmer, Korean, Japanese, Serbian, Sinhalese, Spanish, Tamil, Thai, Malay, Somali, Russian and Polish.

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Racism has no place in Australia

Recently there has been an upsurge in racist abuse and attacks in parts of the nation. In response, the Home Affairs Dept has prepared Fact Sheet entitled “Racism has no place in Australia” which has been translated to many languages. A selection of these translations is given here for local community reading and, where necessary, taking of action against racism. Factsheets in Language are available.

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Victorian Government COVID-19 Response Package for Multicultural Communities

VictoriaThe Victorian Government has announced $11.3 million in funding over two years for a package of targeted supports to ensure that community organisations and services are equipped to respond to the urgent needs of multicultural and faith communities in Victoria.

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Helping Multicultural Victorians through Coronavirus

VictoriaThe Victorian Government is supporting multicultural and multifaith families to ensure they stay connected to their communities amid the coronavirus pandemic. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced $11.3 million to help these communities, which are facing their own unique challenges due to social isolation, language barriers or difficulties accessing services such as income support, Medicare or Centrelink.

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