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60 seconds with Dawa Juma

Multicultural Champion and English Language Enthusiast What are you enjoying doing at the moment? I am enjoying my work in aged care as I love to help people. I enjoy that I get to see different people with different stories and values. If you were …

Understanding the complexity of gender issues

I will be more conscious of my own position/role before speaking and engaging. – workshop participant Last week MCWH partnered with Diaspora Action Australia (formally known as the Humanitarian Crisis Hub) for the second year in a row to facilitate a gender workshop for 10 …

2014 CEDAW Shadow Report Consultation

Last week MCWH co-hosted an important discussion focusing on immigrant and refugee women’s rights with Diaspora Action Australia and YWCA Australia. YWCA Australia led the consultation as part of the development of the 2014 United Nations Convention to End All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) Shadow Report. …

What the World Cup can teach us about teamwork

Even if you’re not keen on soccer, or sport for that matter, it’s difficult not to ignore the spectacle that is World Cup Soccer.  Try not to be swept up in the infectious beat of the official FIFA World Cup anthem ‘We are one (Ole …