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Multicultural Communities staff members are part of a number of interagency community projects aimed at bringing together community minded organisations to better service the advocacy needs of local communities. Some of the projects we are involved in are listed below.

Fairfield Migrant Interagency (FMI):

The Fairfield Migrant Interagency brings together many local workers and stakeholders who have an interest in the needs of refugees and migrants living in the Fairfield local government area.

 

Representatives from local ethnic organisations, service providers, government and non-government organisations attend the interagency meetings. Meetings are held on the third Friday of each month, with the exception of December and January.

 

Please contact the convenors for further information, copies of minutes or to add an item to the agenda.

 

Morlai Kamara
CORE Community Services
Ph: (02) 9727 0477
Fax: (02) 9728 6080
mkamara@corecs.org.au

 

Stephanie Adam
Fairfield City Council
Ph :(02) 9725 0230
Fax: (02) 9609 3257
sadam@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au

 

 

 

Fairfield Emerging Communities Action Partnership (FECAP):

The partnership is convened by CORE Community Services and Fairfield City Council. The partnership was initiated in 2000 and involves NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS), Anglicare Migrant Services, Centrelink (Fairfield and Cabramatta offices), CatholicCare, Fairfield Multicultural Health Service, ACL and NSW Refugee Health Service.

 

Fairfield Emerging Communities Action Partnership (FECAP) is a community-based partnership designed to:

  • assist the emerging refugee communities of Fairfield with the development of social/cultural infrastructure and
  • build linkages between these communities and mainstream service providers.

Please contact the convenors for further information, copies of minutes or to add an item to the agenda

 

Morlai Kamara
CORE Community Services
Ph: (02) 9727 0477
Fax: (02) 9728 6080
mkamara@corecs.org.au

 

 
To access FECAP Quarterly Newsletter and Terms of Reference click here

 

Fairfield Liverpool Housing Taskforce (FLHT):

The Fairfield Liverpool Housing Taskforce brings together many local workers and stakeholders who are concerned about and collectively advocate on housing issues in the Fairfield and Liverpool local government areas.

 

Fairfield Liverpool Housing Taskforce (FLHT) is represented by workers from community and government organisations. Meetings are held on Tuesday afternoon, every 6 weeks.

 

Please contact the convenors for further information, copies of minutes or to add an item to the agenda.

 

 

Morlai Kamara
CORE Community Services
Ph: (02) 9727 0477
Fax: (02) 9728 6080
mkamara@corecs.org.au
Dany Ya
Liverpool City Council
Ph :(02) 9821 7786
Fax: (02) 9821 9333
d.ya@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

 

Western Sydney Housing Coalition:

The Western Sydney Housing Coalition aims to meet four times per year to identify need and advocate for affordable and appropriate housing for the Western Sydney community, its membership being open to all who support those activities. Since forming in 2010 the Coalition has convened two major forums and three smaller community education events.

 

 

To be placed on the e-list for notices of meetings and formums contact:

Peter Butler

Chair, Western Sydney Housing Coalition

peterbutler11@hotmail.com  mobile 0424 256 694 or

 

 

 

To access forum presentations, submissions and the Coalition's Terms of Reference click here

 

 

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