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Industry Partners

We work with the home care sector to help grow and upskill workers so they can build a long-term career caring for Australian seniors.

Child Health Pathways

Providing a healthy start in life to vulnerable children from diverse backgrounds

Building Stronger Families

Helps Arabic-speaking newcomers to build strong and healthy relationships and address issues such as conflict, stress, and domestic and family violence.

Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre (BEMAC)

BEMAC produces & stages multicultural artists from different cultural backgrounds.

SSI International

Our SSI International Team represents our resettlement and refugee programs and other initiatives globally.

From the CEO: Unleashing the economic potential of refugees and migrants

Last week, I met Mohsen – a highly educated mortgage broker with extensive experience in banking. Mohsen’s journey to owning his own brokerage is far from typical. Born in Iran, he was forced to seek safety in Australia, where he had to begin his career again, initially struggling to find work due to limited English language proficiency, visa status, and lack of local networks.

Billion-dollar benefit: new report identifies five ways to harness untapped skilled workforce

Skilled migrants and refugees already living in Australia are an overlooked solution to Australia’s wide-reaching skills shortages, which if harnessed could inject billions of dollars into the economy, according to a new report.

SSI Allianz scholarship supports 34 refugees to overcome barriers to education in digital world

Allianz Australia and Settlement Services International (SSI) have awarded 34 deserving refugee students with SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarships, providing vital funding to access technology, pursue their education, and obtain local qualification recognition.

Additional investment to support refugees in South-West Sydney

One of Australia’s largest refugee resettlement providers has answered calls for additional investment in South-West Sydney, investing new resources in the area with the launch of a new local location.

International engagement at a time of global disruption

From the CEO: International engagement at a time of global disruption

Australia’s newest refugee resettlement hub offers blueprint for regional communities

The successful establishment of Australia’s newest refugee resettlement regional hub could offer lessons for optimising refugee resettlement in other regional locations, with new research showing increasingly positive community sentiment towards the new residents.

Community attitudes to refugee settlement in Armidale

Insights on the concerns & hopes of different segments in Armidale.

Paid Home Care Traineeship launches to attract and upskill new talent

Trainees will get paid while undertaking a nationally recognised qualification in an in-demand sector.

From the CEO: Refreshing our brand to reflect our evolving purpose

SSI’s brand – our image and visual identity – traces its roots back to where we began in 2000, as a small settlement agency supporting refugees in Sydney. Fast forward to today, we are a national not-for-profit organisation that offers a diverse range of human services and promotes equal opportunities for all.

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).

From the CEO: Anniversaries highlight Australia’s welcoming spirit

February marks two anniversaries that highlight the generosity and success of Australia’s approach to refugee resettlement.