Multicultural Communities Team

Established in 1956, the Multicultural Communities Team (formerly the Ecumenical Migration Centre, or EMC) has been at the forefront of the migrant rights movement in Australia for 60 years.

Contact the Ecumenical Migration Centre

English for Conversation

Learn English for conversation in a small group.

When:
Each Friday from 9 February, 2018
Time: 9.30am – 11.00am

Where:
Epping Community Service Hub
713 High Street, Epping

If you would like to take part please email MCT.Reception(at)bsl.org.au or phone 9422 5650


Our recent booklet Opening Doors celebrates the pioneering work of the Multicultural Communities Team over the past 60 years. 

Today the team continues to work with new and emerging communities to increase the communities' potential and support their members.

The Multicultural Communities Team has:

  • expert workers from a variety of fields
  • strong relationships with communities in the area
  • the ability to respond promptly to community needs
  • innovative programs
  • one-on-one/individual support and group work
  • community engagement work
  • research and advocacy based on program results.

Multicultural Communities Team Programs

The Multicultural Communities Team offers the following programs at Epping Community Services Hub, located in Epping:

Integrated Family Services

Refugee Action Program 

Stepping Stones

Cross-cultural Responsiveness Training

Partners

The Brotherhood acknowledges the following partners for their valuable contributions to the Multicultural Communities Team:


Contact us

Multicultural Communities Team
Epping Community Services Hub
713 High Street
Epping VIC 3076
Phone: (03) 9422 5650
Email: mct(at)bsl.org.au

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Read the official statement signed by the Executive Director.

The Brotherhood recognises the harm that family violence causes and that freedom from violence is a basic human right.
We will support our staff, volunteers, clients and the community if they experience violence.

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