This edition features upcoming August seminars, the newly launched "CALD Cultural Competency in a Psychiatric Context" training programme, and research publications.
Showing page 1 of 18
Resettlement is marked by challenges, triumphs and experiences including dealing with new systems and bureaucracy, the ever-competitive employment force and family reunification.
This research was commissioned by the Northern Region District Health Boards to provide understandings of the factors driving Asian women’s low access rates into maternal mental health services.
The forum will provide an in-depth overview of the COVID-19 vaccines available in NZ.
Congratulations to the June 2021 winners!!
Congratulations to the May 2021 winners!!
Parents Centre is hosting and facilitating free antenatal classes for Indian and Chinese families to equip them with knowledge and skills for birthing and parenting which include pregnancy, labour, breastfeeding, looking after a baby and parenting.
Immigration NZ is planning to resettle 750-1,000 individuals in 2021/2022, under the Refugee Quota Programme.
Asian Family Services (AFS) have produced and made available a useful video resource giving viewers insights from Young Korean Kiwis about their life stories living in Aotearoa New Zealand. The conversation broadly covers various topics such as intergenerational gap, mental health as a teenager and more.
Congratulations to the April 2021 winners!!
The Community Languages Information Network Group (CLING) is an inter-agency network established to advocate for improving communication with CALD communities, following the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-11.
Yellow Brick Road (previously known as Supporting Families in Mental Illness) provides services for families of people experiencing mental illness.
Congratulations to the March 2021 winners!!