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On Thursday 19 May, SydWest Multicultural Services will open its doors to the media and other organisations, showcasing how it is helping to empower the CALD community across Greater Western Sydney.
Calling on young refugees to be part of a worldwide consultation to discuss their issues. SydWest Multicultural Services in partnership with the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network is hosting the Global Refugee Youth Consultation on Wednesday 27 April from 4pm to 7pm at SydWest’s head office in Blacktown (level 2, 125 Main St).
People of all ages and cultures are invited to celebrate Harmony Day in Blacktown on Tuesday 22 March. The region’s rich cultural diversity will be on display from 10am to 1pm at Bowman Hall with celebrations including entertainment, kids’ activities, cultural stalls and a free sausage sizzle.
Media Release: SydWest Multicultural Services to assist growing CALD and refugee communities in PenrithWednesday, 17 February 2016 11:53
SydWest Multicultural Services has opened an office in the heart of Penrith, offering a range of services to assist refugees, humanitarian entrants and culturally and linguistically diverse communities in the Penrith and Nepean region.
SydWest Multicultural Services has supported the local Syrian community to establish the first Syrian Community Association in NSW to help meet the needs of the new Syrian refugees set to arrive in the State over the coming weeks and months.
On Tuesday 17 November, SydWest Multicultural Services celebrated 30 years in western Sydney, with VIPS, including politicians, community leaders, the SydWest Board, staff and clients taking part in the birthday celebrations.
The Blacktown community is invited to take off their shoes and unite to bowl over mental health stigma at a FREE community event at Blacktown City Bowling Club on Friday 2 October.
SydWest Multicultural Services’ generalist Caseworker, Abulla Agwa, was awarded the 2015 Pride of Australia Fair Go Medal at an award ceremony last night, for his invaluable contribution to the community and his tireless work with refugees.