On the 19th of March 2015, Advance Diversity Services’s Cultural Hub Project, provided Chinese calligraphy and painting workshop at the 3 Bridges Harmony Day celebration. There were many different varieties of cultures present, who all had the golden opportunity to learn the beautiful art of Chinese calligraphy and painting. This provided a wonderful chance for the Chinese cultural arts to have a further upcoming in the society.
Bullying should not happen to anyone
On 23 January 2015 Summer School Holidays Youth Camp held at the Advance Diversity Services (ADS), Rockdale. The activities started in the morning with an information session on how to prevent bullying and self-care by St George Youth Services and continued with St George Local Area Command Police information session, games and Tie & Dye T Shirt Painting Workshop. There were twenty five young migrants from various cultural backgrounds participated in this camp and the feedback from the participants and the parents were very positive.
The media article has been written by Era Sharma who was an active participant in this youth camp which was published on “Nepalipathra fortnightly community newspaper.
The Advance Diversity Services (ADS) is a proud supporter of the South Eastern Sydney Recovery College, a pioneering educational initiative in Australia, focused on learning and growth for better mental health. The College offers comprehensive education and training programs developed and delivered by people with a lived experience of mental illness and health professionals.
We are happy to announce that the Advance Diversity Services is now delivering the Partners in Recovery Program in partnership and collaboration with lead organisation, South Eastern Sydney Medicare Local, agencies Neami National, Benevolent Society and Aftercare, and consortium members.