Do you need help with homework or school assignments for high school, college and university? If you are a multicultural student attending secondary school or college you are eligible for this program. Just drop in to the weekly sessions during school term, and receive tutoring support in science, math, English, social studies, history, and more.

SBS TV visited Launceston last year to meet Manorath Sharma, who owns the Namaste Bhutanese Shop. Watch Manorath’s story and find out his secrets to small business success. Where: Airing on SBS TV, Small Business Secrets When: Sunday 18 February 2018, 7am & 5pm The Namaste Bhutanese Shop is located at 77 Georgetown Road, Newnham. Details

Join MRC North for a FREE workshop: Marketing Your Business If you operate or are thinking of operating your own small business, this workshop will provide you with: Basic marketing, promotion and advertising strategies to help reach more customers and increase your sales A supportive place to discuss your business marketing needs Develop a draft Marketing

The Migrant Resource Centre North, in partnership with Masonic Care Tasmania and St. Giles, is pleased to announce a NEW FREE TRAINING PROGRAM to prepare migrants for jobs as a service worker in the aged care sector and a support worker in the disability sector. PROGRAM 1: starts March 2018, one day per week for

Join MRC North at Nitesh Raj Pant Screening

MRC North is pleased to support the Nitesh Raj Pant Screening in Launceston, a selection of award winning films presented at the 2015/16 Fusion Film Festival, which celebrates films directed, produced, and acted by talents and teams from diverse backgrounds. Join Festival Director, Nitesh Raj Pant, and learn more about the Fusion Film Festival and hear

MRC North’s Multicultural Playgroup celebrates Refugee Week 2017, and Victor Nekemiah shares the story of his new life in Launceston.  

A successful partnership that started in 2016 with Charlie Rayner of Inveresk Tavern, the Community Kitchen project has expanded in 2017 to provide eight MRC North community groups the opportunity to take turns cooking traditional foods each Sunday, as the local pub hands over its kitchen to local migrant cooks. ABC News featured cooks from

Refugee Week recognises the contributions refugees make to Australian communities. The following article appeared in The Examiner, clarifying the differences between asylum seeker, refugee and migrant. 18 June 2017, Refugee, asylum seeker – getting the terms right By Piia Wirsu, The Examiner Refugee week, launching on Sunday, will put the issues and contributions of refugees into the

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