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Arts & Culture Program

SSI's self-funded Arts and Culture program encourages cultural engagement and nurtures artists and cultural practitioners from refugee and migrant backgrounds.

Diversity Training

SSI’s Diversity Training transforms how people respond to diversity in ways that are thought-provoking, inspire curiosity, and build confidence.

Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP)

Supports refugees from the moment they arrive.

SSI to deliver home care support program in NSW and ACT

Settlement Services International (SSI) is one of six organisations chosen by the Morrison Government to help boost Australia’s ability to provide care at home and support more senior Australians to access Home Care Packages and remain independent at home.

Matriarch of Australian rap joins global talent line-up at New Beginnings Festival

BARKAA, a Malyangapa, Barkindji woman from Western New South Wales to perform as part of leading arts and culture festival’s first show coming out of COVID-19

Foundations for Belonging 2022

Reports on a third phase of research carried out with new refugees.

Community Hubs were the place to be for families in turbulent 2021

The National Community Hubs Program Year in Review shows how the hubs’ resilience and flexibility ensured their local communities remained connected, supported, and safe in turbulent times.

Inner West refugee art exhibition opens for World Day of Social Justice

The Community Refugee Welcome Centre in Callan Park, Lilyfield, will celebrate World Day of Social Justice, Sunday, February 20, by opening “Through Our Lens”, a multimedia group exhibition inspired by the history and natural beauty of Callan Park.

Community Refugee Welcome Centre recognised

Settlement Services International (SSI) and Inner West Council’s Community Refugee Welcome Centre has won the inaugural 2021 Salvos Multicultural Welcome Project Award.

SSI adds news members from Queensland and Tasmania

Settlement Services International (SSI) has boosted its membership with the addition of two new members: QLD-based Yumba Meta and MRC Northern Tasmania.

SSI partners with Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW to welcome Afghan evacuees to Australia

Settlement Services International (SSI), in partnership with Cricket NSW and Cricket Australia, today launched The Welcome Project to provide Afghan evacuees access to Australia’s favourite sport, cricket.

Multicultural youth support community wellbeing

Settlement Services International (SSI) and its youth networks, including the Youth Collective, and the Youth Workers Network drawn from organisations within the NSW Settlement Partnership, teamed up with NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service to produce videos for a Multicultural Community Wellbeing Campaign.

Access welcomes funding to support an inclusive Queensland

Access Community Services Limited (Access) is one of 19 organisations to receive funding for three years to connect Queensland people with opportunities for inclusion in local employment, services, social networks and industries.

SSI welcomes first new members since 2000

Leading community-based not-for-profit Settlement Services International (SSI) has boosted its membership with the addition of NSW-based Participate Australia and Victoria’s Eastern Community Legal Centre (ECLC).

Inspirational community leader, Gail Ker, announces retirement

Nationally lauded and award-winning community leader Gail Ker OAM, CEO of Access Community Services Limited, is to retire effective December 31, 2021.

Refugees especially vulnerable to mental health toll of COVID-19

A study has explored the mental health impact of COVID-19 on refugees and asylum seekers in Australia. COVID-19 stressors are negatively impacting resettled refugees’ mental health, a new study by UNSW Sydney psychologists in partnership with Australian Red Cross, Settlement Services International (SSI) and Phoenix Australia at the University of Melbourne has shown. COVID-related worries […]

From the CEO: responding to the spread of the Delta variant

Over the last three weeks around 13 million Australians in four states and territories have been subject to COVID-19 lockdowns as the fast-moving Delta variant made its way into our communities.

Female refugees gaining confidence and independence with tailored short course

Navitas English, in collaboration with Settlement Services International (SSI), is helping make everyday life activities easier for female refugees through a short practical course tailored specifically to their needs.