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ETHNIC COMMUNITIES COUNCIL OF WA

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Welcome to the Ethnic Communities Council of WA

The ECCWA is the State's peak ethnic umbrella organisation. It is a non-government, non-profit community based organisation which takes an active interest in all aspects of multiculturalism and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) affairs and acts on behalf of all ethnic communities in Western Australia.

 

 On this website, you will easily access information on our operations, organisational structure, publications and contact details. We aim to address the different needs of all of our stakeholders by adding additional sections such as Membership, Volunteer with Us and EAST (Ethnic Advocacy Support Team - our advocacy services for individuals). We will also publish training opportunities being offered by ECCWA and our members.

 

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RACISM MATTERS

If you have been a target or a witness of racial discrimination, report it to our team at Racism Matters by clicking the box below . Together, we can end racism.

Announcements

Memberships are now FREE for individuals and organisations. Click here for more information.

Resources for community groups

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Mental Health : Telehealth Services

Mental Health Flyer and Services

 

Training

  • ECCWA is providing training sessions for our members and members of the public in the following topics: 

1) Racism: What is racism?  ( by Racism Matters team)

2) Family and domestic violence: What is family and domestic violence? (by Ishar)

3) Healthy relationship training (by Ishar)

4) Multiculturalism: What is multiculturalism? (by ECCWA)

If your community would like to receive training in any of the above, please contact our media officer Eliza Nguyen at eliza@eccwa.org.au .We will get in touch to discuss how this training can be organised. Please note that the training may involve a fee, which will be negotiated with you.

We will schedule specific training dates for the general public starting in September 2020. Please keep an eye out on our website for these dates.

  • The Racism Matters team will be holding educational training sessions with CaLD community leaders and members. The training will consist of a presentation on the topic of human rights and legal rights, as well as steps you can take to diffuse a confronting situation as a witness or target of racial discrimination.

  • Family and Domestic Violence training is being scheduled across WA  by a Multicultural Consortia led by Ishar Multicultural Women's Health Centre. ECCWA is part of the consortia as is the Multicultural Services Centre, Orana Women's Refugee and the Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre.  If you are interested in joining this program, please contact Vivienne at vivienne@eccwa.org.au or Champo@ishar.org.au.

OUR PROGRAMS

CITIZENSHIP AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Objective

 

Enhance culturally and linguistically diverse community awareness and understanding of citizenship
This program aims to achieve the following: and promote their participation in citizenship-related activities.
Promote harmonious relations between ethnic communities as well as between ethnic communities and the wider community.

 

Key 

 

To read our key performance outcome and performance indicators, click here
 

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SUSTAINABILITY

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.

 

Click here to read more about our program

Contact us

Phone: 0892275322            

     Email: admin@eccwa.org.au

                    Address: 20 View Street, North Perth

Opening hours: Monday to Friday
                         9 am to 4.30 pm
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POLICY & ADVOCACY

Objectives

 

ECC’s advocacy, policy and information program has the following objectives:
Ensure that ECC’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.

 

Click here to read more about our program

 

 

The ECC provides specialised advocacy and support services for individuals through the Ethic Advocacy and Support Services ( EAST). 

 

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