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SydWest Multicultural Services is proud to advise that it has been shortlisted as an excellence awardee in the 2021 Australian HR Awards for Best Health & Wellbeing Program.
Culturally diverse communities can now access new SydWest service
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce the launch of its new Day Respite Centres in Mt Druitt and Glenwood, as part of our new offering for quality respite care for seniors.
BELA Youth Graduate!
SydWest to celebrate their achievement as emerging leaders and advocates
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce the upcoming graduation for the latest group of young people from the Blacktown Emerging Leaders & Advocates (BELA) program at a special event on Tuesday 20 April 2021 from 4.30pm at their offices in Blacktown.
SydWest to showcase diversity with online concert
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce that it is hosting an online concert, featuring performances from local community groups from all around the world, now living in Western Sydney.
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce its celebration of International Women’s Day which will be on Friday 5th March 2021 at Lily’s Restaurant in Seven Hills from 5.30pm.
SydWest Multicultural Services has welcomed the recent release of Labor’s Multicultural Statement. The organisation is a leader on cultural diversity issues in NSW, and assists thousands of newly arrived refugees, humanitarian entrants and people from non-English speaking backgrounds become valued members of Australian society.
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce its new Board of Directors, appointed at the recent Annual General Meeting held 27th November 2020.
The new Board will be led by first-time Chair, Tamara Giles, an Aboriginal woman who is focused on improving relationships between the culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and Indigenous communities of Western Sydney. She is particularly keen to see more education of the CALD community about the history of Australia and the impacts it has had on Indigenous people.