The AMRC partners with a number of organisations to ensure the implementation of significant innovative pilot projects.

Friendly Nations
Partner with the Migration Council of Australia and Spotless to increase employment opportunities for humanitarian entrants through the Friendly Nations Initiative.

Migrant and Refugee Women’s Health Initiative
Partnering with the Migration Council of Australia in the Migrant and Refugee Women’s Health Initiative, which brings together clinical education and peak professional bodies for clinicians, community and government to develop a consistent, minimum standard policy framework as well as specific strategies to address barriers to accessing care for migrants and refugees.

Murray Bridge Sustainable Employment and Settlement Pilot
In partnership with the Rural City of Murraylands, Thomas Foods International and the National Meat Industry Training Advisory Council is piloting a work-entry project.

JBS and Bordertown MRC
Bordertown MRC, Tatiara Council and JBS to support sustainable employment and settlement in Bordertown.

White Ribbon Australia Partnership Training
The AMRC’s partnership with White Ribbon Australia has assisted in the development of tailored training on the prevention of domestic and family violence (DFV) in new and establishing communities. It has encouraged community men and their communities to drive the campaign against DFV, in their own communities and in the mainstream community. The AMRC is also a Reference Group member of White Ribbon.

African Student Council of South Australia Inc (ASCSA)
In collaboration with the AMRC, this  initiative aims to address graduate unemployment among graduates of African background by creating opportunities for networking and pathways that enable access to the workplace.

Preparing for the NDIS: Culturally responsive services for CALD clients
In partnership with Northern Futures and Northern Adelaide Disability Workforce Hub – Department of State Development (DSD), the AMRC delivers NDIS training workshops for employees of NDIS providers, who deliver services to people with a disability from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

Connecting Settlement and Community Services (CSCS)
The AMRC aims to further connections of settlement and community services working with new and establishing communities to maximise mutual client group’s engagement and participation in both Adelaide and the Limestone Coast.

Council of Migrant and Refugee Women of SA (CMRW)
Governed by members of migrant and refugee background and aiming to bring together strong community voices with institutional reach and knowledge in women’s policy, at the State as well as National level,  to help facilitate opportunities for migrant and refugee women to directly engage in driving positive change.

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