This edition features a number of May and June conferences; Wellbeing Guides in multiple languages, Best Practice Guidelines for communicating with CALD communities; and more...
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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!!
The Auckland Chinese Medical Association (ACMA) 2021 Conference has a fantastic range of keynote and session speakers presenting topics outlining pertinent issues and ways to improve Asian health through tackling barriers.
'Project Connect - International Student Online Resources' is an initiative led by Asian Family Services and funded by the Ministry of Education's International Student Wellbeing Strategy. As a result of this project, AFS have produced and launched a series of online resources for international students on March 2021.
Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Aotearoa (PADA) is hosting their upcoming 24 June 2021 Asian Perinatal Mental Health in-person seminar. The seminar will cover the general emotional wellbeing and care of Asian women during the perinatal period, in particular, the unique challenges and strengths faced by Asian women and systemic issues surrounding Asian women accessing care.
Congratulations to the February 2021 winners!!
Diversity Counselling New Zealand (DCNZ) offers free face-to-face culturally responsive counselling and psychological services by ethnic registered professional counsellors and clinical psychologists for migrant and former refugee clients from Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African and Continental European backgrounds (all age groups, all genders).
Dementia Auckland, Age Concern Auckland & the University of Auckland have been collaborating on a proposal to develop better services to assist Chinese people living with a diagnosis of dementia, their families and support people.
Refugees as Survivors NZ (RASNZ) have recently launched their newly funded Welcoming Schools’ initiative for schools with high numbers of students from refugee backgrounds.
According to a recent update from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the New Zealand Government has resumed the New Zealand's Refugee Quota Refugee Programme.