Cultural Information / Events / Training

Part-time evening course for existing workers in the community services sector

flier from TAFE NSW

Multicultural March @ NSW State Library - Languages of Sydney: The people and the passion

Languages of Sydney: The people and the passion

Alice Chik, Susan Markose and Diane Alperstein

The Macquarie Multilingualism Research Group, Macquarie University

In Sydney, more than 52% of school students have a language background other than English. To address ways of knowing and learning of our diverse student population, educators need to acknowledge, recognise and incorporate in their teaching the linguistic and cultural heritage of their students. To coincide with the publication of their book, Languages of Sydney: The people and the passion, the authors will address two questions. How do multilingual students view languages? How do languages shape students' identities?

WHEN: 30 March 2019 - 2:30pm - 4pm

WHERE: Dixson Room, Ground floor, Mitchell Building Sydney

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Transport Information Day for the Arabic Community

Wednesday 10th December - 10am to 2pm.
Ron Moore Community Centre - 120 Guernsey Avenue, Minto.

This is an opportunity for the Arabic community in Campbelltown to learn about their local transport options. This will include presentations on Community Transport, Opal Cards, Public Buses, Travel Training, Taxis and Trains.

Free transport and lunch will be provided on the day.

Please ring to book on 9426 8999.


Speak my language is a new program that provides information about healthy ageing to culturally and linguistically diverse seniors, harnessing the strength and scope of community radio through simple in language conversations on-air.

Speak My Language

Arabic DVD to support the conversation on Organ and Tissue donation

Forty per cent of Arabic speaking people in NSW reside in south western Sydney however, religious and cultural issues can prove to be barriers against organ donation. In this video watch families, faith and community leaders and medical practitioners speak about their views regarding organ and tissue donation in an effort to break down the myths and barriers in the Arabic community