Debunking the generalised notion of “African Gang” and challenging stereotypes, the community and Victoria Police discussed the vital role of Police in community. Victoria Police commended the efforts of BAA leadership led by Isaac Moses.
The community explored the realities and implications of Family and Domestic Violence with a view to strengthening Family Relationships. Government agencies and the community also engaged in a fruitful dialogue on the significances of cultural value in the upbringing of our children.
By way of demonstrating how transferrable skills can be harnessed, this Victoria Police funded event looked at various career opportunities, how to sieve those opportunities and how migrants can thrive in a new country.
Australians spend over $18 billion per annum on all forms of gambling or $1500 per capita. CALD communities within developed nations—including Australia—tend to participate in gambling less than the overall population, but those who do gamble may be more likely to experience problems. CALD people who gamble may be more likely to develop problems than […]