Areas of assistance & key partners Areas of assistance & key partners

Welcome

The Welcome Morning Tea is an initiative, which has been developed by Gladstone Regional Council and community stakeholders, to ensure all new residents are welcome in the community and also have an opportunity to identify various services providers, including Corporate Councillours.

The 'Welcome to the Gladstone Region Morning Tea' entails meet and greet, relaying of information about the area , distribution of resources such as Bus Timetables, the Welcome to Gladstone Booklet, various Directories etc, and of course a delicious morning tea.  There is no cost to attend. All newcomers to the Gladstone Region, regardless of length of stay, or from where they have migrated - inter-town, interstate or overseas, are welcome.  Please fee free to bring your children, partners or even a friend. RSVP's are not necessary, but would be appreciated for catering purposed.

For further information contact Andrea at Gladstone Regional Council's Community Advisory Service on 4976 6300.

Settlement

The Gladstone Multicultural Association Inc (GMAI) was established in 1998 with the assistance of Gladstone City Council for the purpose of planning, organising and conducting an annual Multicultural Festival for the benefit of all Gladstone Region' residents. Gladstone Multicultural Association Inc (GMAI) was incorporated in 1999 and subsequently merged with the Gladstone Multicultural Social Group to be the representative body for multicultural events and social inclusion issues in the Gladstone Region.

Gladstone Regional Council is currently assisting GMAI through the development process to provide settlement services to new residents to the Region.

For further information please visit www.gmai.org.au.

Integration

The Women’s Intercultural Network (WIN) has been established to assist migrant women integrate confidently into the Gladstone community. It seeks the participation of local and new residents who are interested in enriching their lives by coming closer to other cultures and are willing to be an integral part in their adaptation and integration into the Gladstone community.

The Network operates with the support and sponsorship of Gladstone Women’s Health Centre. Click here to download our Strategic Plan for 2010. The network generally meets every Thursday at the Women's Health Centre (9 Derby Street, Gladstone, ph 4979 1456).

Please check WIN calendar of activities and weekly newsletter by either logging on WIN website http://www.womensinterculturalnetwork.org or contacting the network coordinator on 0423 177 411.  

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