This edition promotes the 16th CCIG webinar, a research article and the AFS incredible years parenting programme.
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2024 has welcomed some warmth to Aotearoa, and many of us may wish the weather to remain as sunny as possible.
Kia ora Esteemed Stakeholders and Supporters. As we approach the conclusion of 2023, amidst uncertainties, there are definite aspects for which we are truly grateful.
During this time of bidding farewell to 2023, it is a great time to reflect on how well we have done and how much more we need to do for 2024. eCALD® Services hopes to journey with all of you through this last lap of 2023 and usher together a more fruitful and meaningful 2024.
Te Whatu Ora’s electronic cultural and linguistic diversity (eCALD®) training programme has been selected as one of the 49 country case examples featured in the World Health Organization report showcasing the positive steps taken by countries to improve health outcomes for the one billion people on the move.
Healthy Babies' Healthy Futures (HBHF) is a free eating-well and moving-more programme funded by the Ministry of Health (MoH).
Suicide Prevention One Day Event (Full Day) Purpose: To hear from others what they have been up to and explore what could be possible with more collaboration in the mahi to prevent suicide.
Webinar: Raising Children in Aotearoa Hosted by: Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga The Ministry of Education Target audience: Families from migrant and refugee backgrounds (English only) Date: Monday, 20 March 2023 Time: 6.30pm to 8.00pm The Panelists: Angela Hu, PB4L Advisor, MOE Dr Nike Franke, Research Fellow, Aotearoa Liggins Institute Eva Chen, Parent Setal Patel, Counsellor, Parent Help The panel of experts will offer parents from ethnic backgrounds, including migrants and former refugees, an understanding of the best way to raise and support their children’s growth and well-being.
This World Health Organisation publication is a compendium of 49 country case examples illustrating positive steps taken by various countries towards better health outcomes for the one billion people on the move.
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new "Cultural Competency Training Programme for the Mental Health and Addiction Workforce Working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Asian and Refugee Communities".
Te Whatu Ora’s health response for the Ukrainians arriving under the 2022 Special Ukraine Visa commenced on 17 October 2022.
Auckland Regional Refugee Health Network (ARRHN) is hosting the forthcoming Former Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health & Wellbeing Forum.
Counting Ourselves is an anonymous online survey about trans and non-binary people's health in Aotearoa New Zealand.