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Ability Links NSW Vietnamese


Reaching in by joining-up

Legal Aid PDF cover photo

pdfReaching in by joining-up4.89 MB

In March 2013, Legal Aid NSW and Settlement Services International (SSI) formalised a partnership (SSI Partnership) to provide accessible legal services to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) community members experiencing disadvantage and limited access to legal assistance.

Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Parties, outreach family law and civil law (including specialist immigration) clinics are operated by Legal Aid NSW at eight SSI member organisations, in 10 locations (Auburn Diversity Services; Fairfield Migrant Resource Centre, Fairfield and Cabramatta; Illawarra Multicultural Services; Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre; Metro Migrant Resource Centre, Campsie and Marrickville; Northern Settlement Services, Bateau Bay; Sydney Multicultural Community Services, Daceyville; SydWest Multicultural Services, Blacktown).


Cultural Shift 2014 Report


Arabic-RLSNSW WaterSmart Safety Tips


Dari-RLSNSW WaterSmart Safety Tips

Farsi-RLSNSW WaterSmart Safety Tips


Tamil-RLSNSW WaterSmart Safety Tips


English-RLSNSW WaterSmart Safety Tips


Women at risk summary

Women at risk summary PDF cover photo

pdfWomen at risk summary185.91 KB

Refugee women at risk are survivors, protectors and providers. They are subject to severe and systematised human rights abuses at all stages of their journey to find refuge. Some are brutally raped and suffer endemic sexual and gender based violence. Many women and girls are forced to engage in survival sex in order to feed themselves and their families. They often bear one or more children of rape. Many are without the protection of family and community. Single women and widows are often targeted for rape and forced marriage. They suffer rejection, isolation and are at heightened risk of ongoing abuse. Many live in a constant state of insecurity and fear.

This report was presented at the Women at Risk forum in July 2014, hosted by SSI.


ACWA foster care Tongan

ACWF foster care Tongan PDF cover photo

pdfACWA foster care Tongan2.57 MB

This brochure published by Fostering NSW provides information on foster care for people of a Tongan background, in the Tongan language.