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Broadmeadows Multicultural Service Officer a friendly face for new arrivals

When new refugees and migrants arrive in Broadmeadows, Nurjan Eser is there to welcome them to their new community.  Her job is to help families establish their lives in Australia at what can be a very overwhelming time.

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Welcoming the world to Gippsland

Gippsland woman Kerryn Carpenter has always wanted to travel the world – now the world is coming to her.

When newly arrived refugees and migrants settle in the area, she is one of the first people they meet.  Her job is to welcome them and help them establish their lives in Australia.

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30 years of specialist support for multicultural Australians

Multicultural Service Officers from the Department of Human Services have been recognised for three decades of support to new migrants and refugees as they establish their lives in Australia.

General Manager Hank Jongen said for 30 years these specialist staff have played a crucial role helping new arrivals access government services and payments.

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Working to help refugees rebuild their lives

World Refugee Day (20 June) is an important time to reflect on the contribution refugees make to Australian society.

For many refugees, a new start is made possible by the hard work of dedicated Department of Human Services staff who provide immediate and ongoing links to services.

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The ‘Sound of Hope’ for Chinese communities

As a Multicultural Service Officer at the Department of Human Services, Di Hong Lam connects with culturally and linguistically diverse communities to update them on the latest changes to policies, payments and services.
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