Migrant Resource Centre Programs & Networks

Community Migrant Resource Centre runs many projects and is connected to many networks. More information is included on this page.


Early Intervention and Perinatal Project

The Early Intervention and Perinatal Project (EIP Project) is funded by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services under the Families NSW. The project works to improve outcomes and wellbeing for families with children 0-8 years by providing support for parenting, facilitating informal support groups and access to appropriate services in Parramatta and Holroyd local government areas.

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Settlement Services Program

The Settlement Grants Program (SGP) is designed to respond to the needs of newly arrived migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants experiencing difficulties in accessing mainstream services.

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Social Enterprise Projects

Community Migrant Resource Centre is involved with many social enterprise programs

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Northern Region Services

CMRC provides settlement services in the Ryde and Ku-ring-gai LGAs.

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Multicultural Support Workers Project

Helps to equip FaCS staff with language support and cultural information when working with CALD families to ensure that constructive and appropriate interventions and case plans are implemented

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Young Storytellers

Young Storytellers is a CMRC project and service that aims to tap into the creativity of young people and provide them with an outlet to tell stories they are passionate about.

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The Hills Multicultural Network (HMN)

The Hills Multicultural Network (HMN) has been established to work towards cultural harmony and provide an ongoing forum for networking, information sharing and collaboration in The Hills Shire.

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Multicultural Community Network (MCN)

MCN is a bi-monthly interagency mobilizing resources, organizations and workers in the local LGAs of Holroyd and Parramatta.

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Latest News

Inspiring Change Conference 2016

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Conversations With A Muslim High Schooler - Leyla Kaya

​Last month the CMR​C Young Storytellers​ began a project to counter the abundant misrepresentation of Muslim youth in the media by providing them with a platform, wherein they are able share their experiences and thoughts on topical issues that are important to them. This month we were able to sit down with Leyla Kaya, a proactive school leader from Sydney’s West, who hopes to share her experiences growing up in Australia, whilst offering a little advice for other young Muslim girls.​ ​Leyla, a thoughtful and optimistic Muslim student talks to us about school, cultural misunderstandings, being Australian, her faith and her decision to put on the Islamic hijab.

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Latest Events

Inspiring Change Conference 2015- Make it Happen

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Creativity Unleashed Expo

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