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Issue 01.17 13 January 2017

CANCELLATION: AMMSN Meeting - 17 January 2017

Due to numbers the AMMSN meeting on 17 January has been cancelled, next AMMSN will be 21 February 2017.

Women's Leadership Course (City) - Applications close 20 January 2017

Could you, one of your colleagues or clients benefit from this unique training opportunity?

The Women's Leadership Course is an initiative of Multicultural SA in partnership with the South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission and TAFE SA. It is funded by Multicultural SA and subsidised by the Department of State Development.

MCCA: Save the Date (City) - 1 February 2017

Join MCCSA for an interesting conversation with Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane on Sections 18C & 18D of the Racial Discrimination Act.

Financial Fitness Workshop for Women – 1 February 2017

A combination of basic financial literacy sessions and fun physical fitness sessions. This workshop is particularly aimed at women from CALD backgrounds although all women are welcome to attend. 

Interpreters can be organised for the day if needed. Please call if there are any other barriers for your client participating such as child care or transport and Zahra Foundation will try to work out a plan. Women must register for this event as it is a catered event with lunch provided.  Location provided on registration (close to the city).

Utility Literacy Workshops - February and March 2017  west

Do you work with people who struggle to pay their utility bills, who have high energy consumption or are unsure about what kind of contract they have with their energy supplier? You might be a financial counsellor or housing officer, a case manager in mental health or working in emergency relief - hardship as we know cuts right across our sector.

UCWB delivers innovative training in utilities literacy to the community services sector in South Australia. We have designed a set of five half-day modular-based workshops:

  1. Decoding bills and reading meters
  2. Contracts and getting a better deal
  3. Calculating running costs, energy and water efficiency
  4. Hardship, concessions and assistance
  5. New technologies and tariff reform

The workshops will be offered at Bowden in February and March 2017. If you wish to register (yourself, colleagues, volunteers…) for any of the training modules, just click on the date(s) of your choice on the calendar. While the sessions are complementary, they can be attended as stand-alone workshops.  

UCWB delivers training state-wide so if you would like to host a session, please get in touch with us to discuss options. Sessions can be tailored to your needs. To find out more contact Stephen Graham or Heather Merran on 8245 7148 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Issue 22.16 1 July 216

African Men's Group -  bimonthly commencing 1 July 2016 north

Discussing issues that matter for the community and families, Relationships Australia SA, Family and Relationship Services and African Communities Council SA (ACCSA) are organising a Men's Group for African men who are living in northern suburbs of Adelaide. Men living in other suburbs are also welcome.

The program will run on a bi-monthly basis.Topics and issues of discussion will include current issues faced by African families in South Australia.

Issue 23.15: 17 July 2015

PEACE Multicultural Services: World Hepatitis Day Lunch Event - 30 July 2015

This event is a free for all members of the culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Participants on the day will have an opportunity to connect with others, share their own knowledge and learn from others over a very tasty lunch. The aim is to raise awareness about ways to keep our family strong, happy and healthy.

 

MCCSA: SALA Exhibition - 3 to 14 August 2015

Artist and Adelaide Central School of Art, MVA graduate, Lauryn Arnott's exhibition highlights the journey and transformation that people make when fleeing from countries of conflict to ultimately find refuge in Australia.

Launch Monday 3 August: opened by Sidique Bah, of Salt Magazine. Lauryn will briefly tell her story about "Conflict to Refuge". Click here for more information on the SALA website

 

MY HEALTH West clinic times for vulnerable young people

For young people 12-25 years who are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, are in Guardianship care, are pregnant, or parenting, newly arrived refugees, or vulnerable/at risk for other reasons.

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