My Community Project is all about local ideas, local projects and local decisions
For the first time, you will be able to put forward ideas for community projects and vote for the best ideas in your area. The projects that get the most votes will receive funding – up to $260,000 is available for your community.
Projects must align with one or more of the six program categories:
Accessible communities – makes everyday life more inclusive to all community members by increasing accessibility and mobility
Cultural communities – adds to the cultural and artistic life of the community by increasing opportunities for residents to participate in arts and cultural activities
Healthy communities – supports the community’s physical and mental wellbeing, by enabling healthy and active lifestyles
Liveable communities – improves local amenity and environment
Revitalising communities – fosters stronger community bonds, encourages social engagement and participation in public programs
Safe communities – promotes a safe and secure community where people can participate and enjoy the benefits of community life.
The Illawarra Centre for Enablement proudly announces its first Enabling Conversations Program on the topic of;
What makes a good life and a good death?
This event is being held on Thursday 4th April 2019 at Kurrajong Hall in Dapto Ribbonwood Centre, 6.00pm to 7.30pm.
To catalyse this discussion panelists Catherine McGregor; Professor Gordon Wallace; Eugenia Pyne; Dr Michael Barbato; The Hon Gareth Ward MP have been invited to consider this question based on their own unique lived experiences and insights.
This discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A.
We want ICfE’s Program of Enabling Conversations to build deeper community connections through conversations and so that we can appreciate our own breadth of diversity and complexity that give rise to our personal answers to matters of significance.
We would like to invite you to use our new website and
downloadable resource named “Helping your client with legal issues: a guide for
The Department of Justice and Legal Aid NSW have prepared
this website and resource to help community workers to assist clients,
including those from multicultural communities, with their legal issues.
The website and resource covers common legal issues
experienced by clients which include:
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