The Australian Multicultural Foundation has developed the Community Awareness Training Manual: Building Resilience in the Community, which delivers the knowledge, understanding and skills required for participants to be able to deliver information in the community about: recognising anti-social behaviours, including criminality, and processes that can lead to violent extremism, along with prevention strategies and where to go for support.
Managing Cultural Diversity Training (MCD Training) aims to enable small and medium enterprises to better understand cultural diversity and how to manage it effectively to improve workplace relationships, teamwork, productivity, market knowledge, community relationships, customer service and competitiveness.
Leadership Australia - A New Generation was designed to develop a group of confident and well connected young Australian Muslims to present / represent the views of young Australian Muslims to the wider community through participating in activities such as volunteerism and provide a unique resource for other young Muslims who seek mentorship and leadership within the community.
Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, the Australian Multicultural Foundation and RMIT University have produced a series of tapes providing information for carers of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and are suffering from dementia.
The Australian Multicultural Foundation in partnership with UnitingCare Ageing NSW has recently developed a manual titled Providing Culturally Appropriate and Inclusive Aged Care. The manual provides increased understanding through information, practical activities and case study analysis.
The 'Death, Dying and Greiving - A Cultural Perspective Conference' report can be
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