This guide was produced to support policy makers and service providers to encourage dialogue between early childhood service providers and families from refugee backgrounds. The guide describes the Early Childhood Access and Participation (ECAP) Project conducted by Foundation House a
This DVD explains how Australian family roles and values may differ from those experienced by newly-arrived families in the country they have come from. People who are newly arrived share their stories of settling in Australia, and highlight the range of services available to support
This report is the product of a collaboration between AMES and Deloitte Access Economics. Since early 2010, approximately 160 Karen refugees have resettled in Nhill, a small town in north western Victoria. The report provides new and important insights into the economic and social val
Networking Health Victoria has produced Multilingual Immunisation Talking Books that provide immunisation information in an easy to understand format. A pre-immunisation check and post immunisation information have been translated into 22 languages including Burmese, Cambodian, Chin T
The Early Childhood Access and Participation Project was conducted in 2011 in the Western Metropolitan Region of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The project was a partnership between the Department, the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture, Chin
New Congolese and Bhutanese refugee health profiles have been developed by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (US) available HERE . CDC is currently developing an Iraqi and Burmese refugee health profiles.
Early Learning is Fun is a community initiative that promotes the importance of investing in children in the very earliest stages of life. Research shows that birth to five are the optimum years for language development and for young children foundational literacy skills are primarily