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Radhika: ‘ADS guided me to reach my goals.’

Radhika: ‘ADS guided me to reach my goals.’

Radhika Murali did her student work placement with Advance Diversity Services (ADS) from February to May 2021. She says her experience improved her knowledge of working in diverse communities and helped her to feel more comfortable when facing challenging situations....

Photoshoots capture fun team with serious commitment to diversity

Photoshoots capture fun team with serious commitment to diversity

Around 60 ADS staff and volunteers glammed up for photoshoots with Sydney based graphic designer/photographer Lisa Napoli in ADS’s Hurstville and Bexley offices on April 6. The aim was to yield images to illustrate how diverse, friendly and approachable ADS is as a...

Harmony Day offers second bite of tasty videos

Harmony Day offers second bite of tasty videos

Harmony Day is bringing cultural diversity home this year, with a trio of videos featuring three talented local chefs cooking food from their motherlands. ‘All people who migrate to Australia bring with them some of their own cultural and religious traditions, as well...

New videos tingle tastebuds and celebrate mother languages

New videos tingle tastebuds and celebrate mother languages

Advance Diversity Services (ADS) partnered with Georges River Council (GRC) to launch three new videos to get tastebuds tingling as part of the In Good Taste festival in February. The videos celebrate the International Day of the Mother Language, on February 21, which...

‘Goodbye Mother’ community screening a success

‘Goodbye Mother’ community screening a success

One hundred and fifteen people attended the Australian premiere of Goodbye Mother on February 24 – a community screening Advance Diversity Services held with Queer Screen as part of the 28th Mardi Gras Film Festival (MGFF21). ‘It was a good roll-up’ said ADS CEO...

Community education vital for the safety of CALD victims of DFV

Community education vital for the safety of CALD victims of DFV

The COVID pandemic has prompted a marked increase in the number of women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities seeking specialist Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) case management in the St George region. This shift has highlighted the need to...