A Multicultural Service Officer from the Department of Human Services is making a difference in the lives of Melbourne-based Vietnamese mothers through digital services information sessions. Continue reading Vietnamese mums tap into Digital Services
The Department of Human Services’ digital self-service options are leading the way in government innovation, making life easier for Australians and proving that the digital revolution isn’t the future – it’s well underway. Continue reading Let’s get digital, digital!
Victoria Dias knows the value of employment – not only in terms of the financial benefits but the social and mental health benefits as well.
Continue reading Inspiration goes both ways for Multicultural Service Officer Victoria Dias
Having lived in crisis-stricken Ethiopia, Gemechu Dembali has a better understanding than most about what it’s like to have to move to a new country. Continue reading The best way to learn is by being with people
Cuc Lam came to Australia as a refugee from Vietnam, fleeing the country in 1978 with no money, few items of clothing and no grasp of the English language.
Harmony Day is on 21 March and celebrates Australia’s cultural, linguistic and religious diversity with the motto ‘everyone belongs’.
Tanya Kaplan came to Australia as a 17 year old. She first landed in Darwin from Cyprus and was making her way to South Australia where her fiancé lived.
The Department of Human Services employs around 70 Multicultural Service Officers (MSOs) across the country to deliver targeted services to culturally and linguistically diverse customers.