The peak ethnic umbrella organisation of Western Australia
Ethnic Communities Council of Western Australia
We are temporarily moving office!
Starting from the 24 May to the end of June, the ECC staff will be temporarily located in our new Cannington branch while our North Perth office is under rennovation.
Address: Unit 13/ 66 Kent Street, Cannington WA 6107.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday
9 am - 4.30 pm
Telephone: 9227 5322
COVID-19 UPDATES: VACCINE ROLL -OUT
People aged 30 and over
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 16 years and over
Adults with underlying medical conditions (including disabilities)
Carers of adults and children with underlying medical conditions (external site)
Essential outbound travellers with a travel exemption
Critical and high-risk workers
Health care, aged care, disability care workers and volunteers
Quarantine and border workers, including household contacts.
on the proposed reforms regarding the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) through a public discussion paper and online forums.
POLICY & ADVOCACY
ECCWA’s advocacy, policy and information program has the following objectives:
Ensure that ECCWA’s policy positions contribute to Government policy making
Promote and safeguard the interests of CaLD communities in WA.
Facilitate dissemination of state government information to ethnic communities.
The ECCWA provides specialised advocacy and support services for individuals unable to access government-funded services through the Ethnic Advocacy and Support Team ( EAST).
We also provide support for CaLD community members who have experienced racial discrimination through the Racism Matters advocacy team.
CITIZENSHIP AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
We strive to enhance culturally and linguistically diverse community awareness and understanding of citizenship
This program aims to achieve the following: Promote the participation in citizenship-related activities.
Promote harmonious relations between ethnic communities as well as between ethnic communities and the wider community.
To read our key performance outcome and performance indicators, click here
Achieving sustainability is one of the major challenges for the twenty first century. The WA Collaboration is an historic partnership of organisations committed to a just and sustainable Western Australia. The groups involved cover a range of perspectives of the non-government
sector that have recognised the opportunities for positive social, environmental and economic reforms within the sustainability agenda.
Collectively, the groups on the Steering Committee represent thousands of organisations, community groups and organisations and individuals currently working towards a just and sustainable Western Australia.
To learn more about our Community Sustainability Agenda please click here