Vision, Mission and Core Values Of Community Migrant Resource Centre

Vision, Mission and Core Values Of Community Migrant Resource Centre

VISION:

A just, equal and inclusive society where individuals are valued, contributing, and self-sufficient members of the Australian community.

 

MISSION:

To provide high quality services, settlement information, support and advocacy to migrants and refugees in order to facilitate successful integration into the wider community.

 

CORE VALUES:

 

  • A Bias for Action: We choose to act quickly and proactively in everything we do with a clear and unambiguous focus on serving our clients and meeting their needs.
  • Accountability: We will be accountable in all our dealings with our stakeholders.
  • Empowered Self-Determination: We will build the capacity of migrants, refugees and newly arrived communities to move towards a position of self-determination.
  • Excellence: We will provide programs and services that provide the optimum outcomes for our stakeholders and communities.
  • Financial Sustainability: We will maintain a financial management system that has as its goal the long term financial sustainability of the Centre.
  • Inclusiveness: We are inclusive of all cultures and communities ensuring access and equity for all.
  • Integrity: We work within a framework of professionalism, teamwork, confidentiality and trust.
  • Leadership: We will provide strong leadership to the community services sector, our stakeholders and staff.
  • Partnerships: As a dedicated team we will work collaboratively with all stakeholders, effectively facilitating change in people’s lives that result in quality outcomes for all concerned.

 

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