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Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria is the state’s peak policy advocacy body for ethnic & multicultural community groups. Connect with us on FB & IN
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ECCV May 20
ECCV congratulates Gerard Mansour on his reappointment as Commissioner For Senior Victorians by the Victorian Government. ECCV looks forward to continuing to work with Commissioner Mansour on the prevention of elder abuse in culturally diverse communities.
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ECCV May 19
Rest in Peace Bob Hawke 9th December 1929 - May 16 2019. On behalf of the ECCV Board, staff and membership, Cr Kris Pavlidis would like to express our great sadness at the passing of former Australian Prime Minister, Read more below
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ECCV May 19
Replying to @ethnicvic
ECCV looks forward to working with the Commonwealth to continue providing culturally responsive opportunities that support the participation of culturally and linguistically diverse Australians in our community.
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ECCV May 19
ECCV congratulates Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Liberal-National Parties on their Federal Election victory.
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ECCV May 16
End of an era. Bob Hawke leaves a strong legacy for the grass roots working people. A trail blazer with multiple achievements, the life changing benefits which we all now enjoy. The Golden Bowl is Broken. VALE Bob Hawke. Our challenge remains to keep his Australian values alive.
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ECCV May 16
Go behind the scenes at Parliament House this Law Week, Sunday 19 May.
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ECCV May 16
An intuitive collection of stories about people's experience with palliative care. We highly recommend checking out this campaign and becoming involved.
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ECCV May 16
‘Citizenship’, ‘Islamophobia’, ‘Social Cohesion’, are poignant themes, which emerged at the recent community forum hosted by the ECCV in the lead up to the Federal election Read Full Media Release
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ECCV May 16
ECCV says political parties need to promote a ‘fairer’ migration program Read Full Media Release
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ECCV May 15
Participate in the Africa Day Australia Forum conversations Jambo Melbourne! at the North Melbourne Football Club, this Saturday 18th May.
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ECCV May 14
When will communities be heard about problem gambling and more poker machines in their neighbourhoods?
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ECCV May 13
Replying to @ethnicvic
You can get more information on our website: Get in touch with us at: 9354 9555 for more specific project information. we would love to see you at the next one!
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ECCV May 13
Replying to @ethnicvic
Members of our team here at the ECCV have partnered with the department of health and human services to create these highly informative sessions. They are designed to help culturally diverse people understand navigating vital services.
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ECCV May 13
Here are some pictures from a free information session run last Wednesday in Werribee supporting young people from culturally diverse backgrounds in accessing the NDIS!
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ECCV May 8
Federal Election media release out now!
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ECCV May 8
Here is a resource for translated information in 26 languages from the Australian Electoral Commission on how to vote in the Federal Election on the 18th of June.
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ECCV May 6
What an informative and democratising discussion!
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ECCV May 6
Forum has started! Peter Khalil for the ALP, Senator Scott Ryan for the LNP and Adam Pulford, candidate for the Greens
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ECCV May 6
FEDERAL PRE-ELECTION FORUM TONIGHT! 6pm Brunswick Town Hall - See you there!
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ECCV May 5
ECCV is proud to be a signatory of the City of Glen Eira and Anti-Defamation Commission pledge to support the freedom of individuals to express their religious and cultural beliefs and practices in safety .
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