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Multicultural Resources

Hurstville City Council aims to ensure that all of our services are accessible to residents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds by providing community resources and multilingual information.

There are many organisations that provide services, activities, information and resources for multicultural communities in Hurstville City, including:

  • legal advice
  • interpreting services
  • language classes
  • immigration services
  • community schools.

pdf icon Multicultural Services Directory (633.08kB) - local multicultural support and resources.

pdf icon Information Card (English) (2.20MB) - summarising local multicultural services (English).

pdf icon Information card (Chinese) (212.09kB)- summarising local multicultural services (Chinese).

pdf icon Discrimination Toolkit (5.22MB) - Your guide to making a discrimination complaint

pdf icon Presentation of Community Profile of St George and Sutherland Regions (691.52kB)

Asset Mapping Project

Hurstville City Council is keen on fostering the great community spirit that exists in the local area, recognising  that everyone in the community has skills, abilities and experience that they can use in order to make their community a better place to live. Through the Assets Mapping project, titled 'Fostering Community Spirit' Council mapped the capabilities and assets focusing on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) residents in the Hurstville Local government Area.

Download pdf icon Asset mapping the strengths of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community in Hurstville City (2.23MB)

MyLanguage

MyLanguage is a valuable tool for living that newly arrived Australians can get their hands on today. It provides a whole suite of important pieces of information – and in more than 65 languages. It links to multilingual search engines, web directories, government websites, online dictionaries, and syndicated news headlines. It also contains translations of online government and community information relating to health, legal issues, settlement, education and public libraries along with information on multilingual library collections around Australia.

Visit MyLanguage website

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