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Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2018 at SSI

Sunday July 8 signalled the start of NAIDOC Week 2018, a time in which SSI celebrates the past, present and future contributions of our nation’s Indigenous people and their heritage. This year’s theme was ‘Because of her, we can’, which provided a fantastic opportunity to recognise the past and current contributions of Indigenous women to Australian society.

SSI drives an innovative approach for refugee jobseekers into work through their newest social enterprise – Food for Thought

Today, Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs, Senator Zed Seselja launched SSI newest social enterprise – Food for Thought in Campsie, NSW.

Cultural Shift 2017 showcases settlement innovation for migrant and refugee families

More innovative and tailored initiatives for refugee and migrant families are essential to overcoming settlement challenges and fostering a long-term sense of belonging, delegates heard at a conference last week.

New arrivals – opportunity or threat? Second generation Australians and their views on race, migration and asylum seekers

Migrants from Western Europe who arrived in the "50s and "60s in Australia were seen with hostility and suspicion by many in the local community. These are now well-settled communities but as new comers, they struggled to fit in. 

SSI food: Laith’s Malay Chicken Curry

Welcome to the SSI Food Blog. Whether they are SSI employees, volunteers, refugees or people seeking asylum, the people featured here all share a love of food. One of the many benefits of multiculturalism is delicious food, so let’s enjoy!

SSI food: Mostafa’s Ghormeh Sabzi

Welcome to the SSI Food Blog. Whether they are SSI employees, volunteers, refugees or people seeking asylum, the people featured here all share a love of food. One of the many benefits of multiculturalism is delicious food, so let’s enjoy! Mostafa  In Iran this is a very popular dish that we would eat minimum one time a week with the family. I learnt to cook from my parents and from my friend.