Media Releases

NSW families afforded new protections under DFV commitments

Changes endorsed by NSW major parties will enhance domestic and family violence (DFV) support for women and children, particularly for at-risk cohorts such as refugees and migrants, according to leading non-profit Settlement Services International (SSI).

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Rising hip hop stars Elsy Wameyo and Birdz headline celebration of multicultural creatives

From First Nations to newcomers, innovators, movers, shakers and everyone in between, New Beginnings Festival is where you belong.

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National DFV consultation kicks off in Logan

National Children’s Commissioner leads inaugural Queensland roundtable that raises the voices of children from CALD backgrounds impacted by family and domestic violence.

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New leadership for veteran Queensland community organisation

Queensland-based non-profit Access Community Services (Access) has welcomed an experienced psychologist and senior executive to lead the organisation as it strengthens its legacy of supporting individuals and families across the state.

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New research holds clues to activating untapped skilled workforce

Refugee women have the qualifications, skills, and motivation Australian employers need in order to alleviate critical skills shortages, but a web of barriers prevents them from achieving their economic potential, according to research released today.

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