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Culture Fit | Welcome Sports

There may be limitations on how we engage in sport and active recreation at the moment, but our Welcome Sports community have found creative ways to connect - check out these skills!

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Art from the Hearth | Byron Taiko Project

Taiko drumming is a form of music and physical exercise for discipline of both body and mind.

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Creating video content with your smartphone

Need some help creating video content from home to share your story with the Culture of Connection?

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COVID-19 Community Information Sessions

The COVID-19 Community Information Sessions is a series of online information, training and Q&A sessions, providing communities, especially our multicultural communities, with clear information about Coronavirus and how to access financial and wellbeing support.

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O is for the Openhearted | Indrani's Coronavirus Poem

Local Brisbane author Indrani Ganguly composed the piece 'Unity in Adversity - A Citizen's View of the Coronavirus Pandemic'.  We're thrilled she's sharing it with us as part of the Culture of Connection.

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Culture on the Couch | A Kebab cooking lesson with Persian Kitchen Catering

Masoud was a chef in Iran before arriving as a refugee in Australia.

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Culture on the Couch | How Lida holds hope through Coronavirus

Lida found that being isolated from friends, family and colleagues triggered her anxiety. 

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Culture on the Couch | How Coronavirus is impacting Chelsea and her family

Coronavirus poses a devastating risk for families like Chelsea's.

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Culture on the Couch | Sari Joensuu

Sari lived in Singapore during the SARS epidemic and experienced food shortages in Uzbekistan following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Acknowledgement of country
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognise that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.

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Multicultural Australia respects and values Australia’s First Nation peoples’ enormous resilience, courage, determination and often unrecognized contributions to this country’s social and economic development. We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope for the future.