Moving away from your home, family and culture can be incredibly difficult. For Department of Human Services ABSTUDY Travel Officer Emily Strok, it meant a world of opportunity.
Tropical skies and crystal clear water is part of everyday life in Samoa. But it wasn’t all long walks on the beach and drinking from coconuts for university student Grace Barron.
30 September is International Translation Day, which celebrates the crucial work language professionals do to build understanding in the community.
To have acknowledgement of my existence, to be respected and to keep my dignity.
These were the three last wishes of Ethel, an aged care resident.
When Department of Human Services graduate Oleksandr Dorohokuplia first arrived in Australia he lived in Alice Springs.
Every day around the world, armed conflict affects ordinary people. It threatens their well-being and dignity. It threatens their lives.
Continue reading Resettlement journey – a long way from Iraq to Armidale
On any given night in Australia 1 in 200 people are homeless.
NAIDOC Week is a chance for all Australians to come together to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Continue reading Natasha, Zara and Kadie share their experiences for NAIDOC Week 2018
NAIDOC Week (8-15 July 2018), is an opportunity for the Department of Human Services to celebrate the important work of its Indigenous staff.
Located off eastern Arnhem Land in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Groote Eylandt is home to one of the Department of Human Services’ newest Remote Service Centres.