保護我們的社區

保護我們的社區

“保護我們的社區”是由維多利亞州民族社區委員會製作的 15 種語言視頻系列,旨在幫助應對持續存在的疫苗猶豫問題,並向移民和難民社區的老年人推廣 COVID-19 的安全生活。 在這段視頻中,我們介紹了博士山的藥劑師 Vincent Li。.

“Protecting Our Communities” is a 15-language video series produced by the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria to help combat ongoing vaccine hesitancy, and promote living safely with COVID-19 to seniors from migrant and refugee communities. In this video, we introduce Vincent Li, who is a pharmacist in Box Hill.

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فيديو حماية مجتمعاتنا – عربي

Randa Abboud

“حماية مجتمعاتنا” هي سلسلة فيديو من 15 لغة أنتجها مجلس المجتمعات العرقية في فيكتوريا للمساعدة في مكافحة التردد المستمر في اللقاح ، وتعزيز العيش بأمان مع COVID-19 لكبار السن من مجتمعات المهاجرين واللاجئين. في هذا الفيديو ، نقدم رندة عبود وهي تدير مجموعة كبيرة من النساء العربيات في داندينونج الشمالية.

“Protecting Our Communities” is a 15-language video series produced by the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria to help combat ongoing vaccine hesitancy, and promote living safely with COVID-19 to seniors from migrant and refugee communities. In this video, we introduce Randa Abboud runs an Arabic women’s seniors group in Dandenong North.

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New voice for people from multicultural communities with a disability

Athena PapadotosWhen you can’t speak English well and also have a disability, speaking up for yourself to ensure fair treatment can be more than a challenge. Athena Papadatos is Shepparton’s first multicultural peer advocate for people with a disability. “My job is to empower people with a disability from multicultural backgrounds to speak up for themselves,” she said.

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Expressions of Interest – Emergency Management Multicultural Advisory Committee

Emergency Management Multicultural Advisory CommitteeThe Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria (ECCV) is working with Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) and the Department of Health (DH) on an Emergency Management Project to support emergency preparedness and resilience among migrant and refugee communities. Expressions of interest are invited from members of migrant and refugee backgrounds and have strong networks within at least one migrant or refugee community.

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Regional Leaders gathering sets a new path for ethnic communities’ councils in Victoria.

regional meetingThe Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) held a gathering of Victorian regional ethnic communities’ councils over two days in April, hosted by the Ethnic Council of Shepparton & District in Shepparton.

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Solving CALD challenges

Micallef and HazelmanRegional Ethnic Councils in Victoria met at St Paul’s African House, Shepparton, on Friday 23 April to discuss challenges facing Cultural and Linguistically Diverse commuities in Victoria. The meet was attended by representatives from Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Mildura, Albury Wodonga and officers and Board Members of the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria.

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Meet Athena Papadatos, Disability Advocate for CALD Communities at the ECCV

Athena Papadatos“ECCV has expanded its Disability Advocacy work in CALD communities to regional Victoria after achieving great success with our initial Disability Advocacy position in Dandenong. We’re pleased to welcome Athena Papadatos to our team in Shepparton,” said Eddie Micallef, ECCV Board Chairperson.

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Self Advocacy Training and Feast for Ethnic people with disability

Self Advocacy TrainingThe Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria and Diversity and Disability (DnD) share a belief that the most effective advocacy comes from people with a lived experience and therefore disability advocacy is strongest coming from people with disability. There will be a Self Advocacy Training and Feast for Ethnic people with disability at the Foodstore, Fryer St, Shepparton on Wednesday, 3 December, 2019.

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