MRC Services

Community Migrant Resource Centre (CMRC) is a not for profit community based organisation established to promote a just, equal and inclusive society where individuals are valued, contributing and self-sufficient members of the Australian Society.

MRC Services

Community Migrant Resource Centre (CMRC) is a not for profit community based organisation established to promote a just, equal and inclusive society where individuals are valued, contributing and self-sufficient members of the Australian Society.

CMRC coordinates the development and provision of a range of services for newly arrived migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants and if offers services such as:

• Settlement advice, information and referral services. 
• Community development activities to enhance the capacity of communities to participate in the broader Australian society.
• Information and training sessions for migrants to increase their knowledge and understanding of services and thus increasing access to services.
• Working in close partnership with local and regional service providers (both government and non-government) to enhance service awareness and capacity to address the needs and issues of migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants.
• Networking with local and regional services to improve access, equity and participation.
• Use of centre facilities by community groups for meetings, educational, cultural and recreational activities.

CMRC employs bilingual settlement workers to provide settlement information and referrals in the area of English classes, housing, employment, education and training, health, immigration, legal and family issues, etc. The workers outreach at various locations within Sydney.

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​Last month the CMR​C Young Storytellers​ began a project to counter the abundant misrepresentation of Muslim youth in the media by providing them with a platform, wherein they are able share their experiences and thoughts on topical issues that are important to them. This month we were able to sit down with Leyla Kaya, a proactive school leader from Sydney’s West, who hopes to share her experiences growing up in Australia, whilst offering a little advice for other young Muslim girls.​ ​Leyla, a thoughtful and optimistic Muslim student talks to us about school, cultural misunderstandings, being Australian, her faith and her decision to put on the Islamic hijab.

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