ECCV member survey reminder

The ECCV is conducting a survey of our members to find out how better we can meet your expectations. If you received an email from us inviting you to take the survey,  we urge you to

Free Breast Health Information Sessions

Free Breast Health Information Sessions Sessions available in: Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Italian, Mandarin, Vietnamese and plain English. Other languages also available with an interpreter. FREE information sessions to learn about: Breast cancer risk factors Ways to

Free Quit Smoking – Breathe Well Information Sessions

Free Quit Smoking – Breathe Well Information Sessions Sessions available in: Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Mandarin, Turkish, Vietnamese and plain English. Other languages also available with an interpreter. FREE information sessions to learn about: The

Let’s Talk About Gambling in Multicultural Communities forum

The ECCV held a forum during Responsible Gambling Awareness Week titled Let’s Talk About Gambling in Multicultural Communities. During the forum, the latest research report on Chinese and Tamil migrant perceptions towards gambling was launched, courtesy

The Futures Project (Enhancing Governance for Multicultural Community

The Futures Project, aimed at enhancing governance for ethnic and multicultural community organisations is an Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria (ECCV) initiative that aims to provide a strategic and practical support over three years to improve

ECCV Scholarship for the Williamson Community Leadership Program

The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) is proud to foster leadership in Victoria’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities. To celebrate our 40th anniversary, we have established a Leadership Scholarship for Leadership Victoria’s acclaimed Williamson Community

Nominate for Victorian Senior of the Year

Nominations for the Victorian Senior of the Year awards are now open. Nominations will be accepted until Friday 11 July 2014. The awards recognise the women and men, aged 60 and over, whose volunteer involvement supports

Palliative care demystified in community education sessions

Dorothy Yiu OAM has worked with cancer sufferers and their families for almost 20 years on a voluntary basis. She’s seen up close how palliative care can help relieve suffering, including physical and emotional pain for

Palliative care brings relief to families

Josie Pallett is a bilingual health worker about to deliver her first palliative care education session to the Italian community as part of the ECCV/PCV/MCWH Culturally Responsive Palliative Care Project. In this interview she tells us

Victorian Multicultural, Faith and Community Organisations deeply concerned

Representing a great diversity in the Victorian community, more than 30 of Victoria's ethnic bodies - ECCV included - have signed a submission to the Federal Government and Attorney-General responding to the proposed changes to the

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