The list of Community Cultural Organisations includes contact information on community cultural organisations across Tasmania that are publicly available. The listings are in alphabetical order by region.
To list an association on this page, email email@example.com
The peak, national body representing Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. FECCA's role is to advocate, lobby and promote issues to government, business and the broader community.
Provides a drop-in centre for people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Services provided in a culturally appropriate environment.Drop-in centre
Local Government Councils around Tasmania provide a wide range of services to their local communities. Local Government plays an important role in the economic development of the State and ensuring the wellbeing and safety of all Tasmanians. It also provides local and regional leadership and supports community recreational and cultural needs. Your council can link you with a Cultural Diversity Officer and other local government staff.
LGAT is the voice of Local Government to other tiers of government, interested stakeholders and the wider community. LGAT works to protect the interests and rights of councils, to promote efficient operation and foster strategic, beneficial relationships.
The City of Hobart organises many community programs. Hobart welcomes all
The statewide peak community organisation representing people from diverse cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds.
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The national umbrella body for refugees and the organisations and individuals who support them. RCOA has more than 140 organisational and 500 individual members. It promotes the adoption of flexible, humane and practical policies towards refugees and asylum seekers both within Australia and internationally through conducting research, advocacy, policy analysis and community education.
The Racism. It stops with me campaign invites all Australians to reflect on what they cando to counter racism wherever it happens. It is led by the Australian Human Rights Commission in partnership with government and non-government agencies.
Vist the website for Racism. It stops with me.
The national peak body representing migrant and refugee settlement agencies across Australia. SCOA operates as a network of settlement service providers. Our aim is to bring settlement service providers together at a national level to improve collaborative and strategic planning processes for the settlement sector.
Community Houses and Neighbourhood Centres bring local people together to look at what opportunities or needs exist in their community and work together on doing something about it. During the past 30 years, the network of Houses and Centres in Tasmania has grown in response to the needs of the Tasmanian community. The website provides a list of Neighbourhood Houses around Tasmania
A social justice hub comprising the Tasmanian Centre for Global Learning, Global Learning Resource Library and Hobart Human Library.
A Fairer World
4 Battery Square
Phone: 6223 1025
Inspire Tasmania is an innovative community program supporting multicultural event performers in Tasmania. The program connects talented event performers with people seeking event entertainment. Through the website you can book a performer for your event.
The Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc. provides support and training to existing and emerging community associations.
The Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc.
Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm
Phone: (03) 6221 0999
The Safe Homes, Families and Communities website brings together information about family and sexual violence support services in Tasmania.
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