Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women

Services and Information for women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds living in South Australia
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Taikurrendi Children and Family Centre at Christies Beach runs a Multicultural Women's Gathering every Tuesday (during school term) from 9:30 - 11:30am. All are welcome! smile emoticon

Taikurrendi Children and Family Centre at Christies Beach runs a Multicultural Women's Gathering every Tuesday (during school term) from 9:30 - 11:30am. All are welcome! smile emoticon

The Migrant Women's Lobby Group of SA is a peak women's group in South Australia. The Lobby Group has been active in raising, discussing and addressing issues which have included how to access information services and agencies, women in the workforce, unemployment, health, education, domestic violence the legal system and childcare. The Lobby Group has women from all walks of life and has provided a voice for women from non-English speaking backgrounds since 1984.

The Migrant Women's Lobby Group of SA is a peak women's group in South Australia. The Lobby Group has been active in raising, discussing and addressing issues which have included how to access information services and agencies, women in the workforce, unemployment, health, education, domestic violence the legal system and childcare. The Lobby Group has women from all walks of life and has provided a voice for women from non-English speaking backgrounds since 1984.

Multicultural SA has a range of information on their website about services available for migrant women in South Australia.

Multicultural SA is responsible for advising the Government on all matters relating to multicultural and ethnic affairs in South Australia.

The Interpreting and Translating Centre (ITC) provides comprehensive, high quality, efficient, confidential and professional interpreting and translating services.  With nearly 40 years experience, ITC has developed linguistic and technical expertise in over 100 languages and dialects.

The Interpreting and Translating Centre (ITC) provides comprehensive, high quality, efficient, confidential and professional interpreting and translating services. With nearly 40 years experience, ITC has developed linguistic and technical expertise in over 100 languages and dialects.

This group is for women new to Australia. It is for meeting other migrant women to connect, share experiences and support each other. Call Rachel at Marion Council - 0478324836

This group is for women new to Australia. It is for meeting other migrant women to connect, share experiences and support each other. Call Rachel at Marion Council - 0478324836

Ethnic Link is a statewide service for frail older people and their carers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds to support them to live at home in the community.

Ethnic Link is a statewide service for frail older people and their carers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds to support them to live at home in the community.

The Migrant Resource Centre provides a broad range of settlement services to new arrivals of migrant and humanitarian background, most of who are in their first five years of settlement. These settlement services aim to assist new arrivals to adjust to life in South Australia, to link and engage with available services and supports and to further their independence and participation in all spheres of community and economic life.

The Migrant Resource Centre provides a broad range of settlement services to new arrivals of migrant and humanitarian background, most of who are in their first five years of settlement. These settlement services aim to assist new arrivals to adjust to life in South Australia, to link and engage with available services and supports and to further their independence and participation in all spheres of community and economic life.

The Muslim Women’s Association of South Australia (MWASA) is a not for profit organisation that assists Muslim women and their families with economic, cultural and social difficulties.

The Muslim Women’s Association of South Australia (MWASA) is a not for profit organisation that assists Muslim women and their families with economic, cultural and social difficulties.


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