What is the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria's mission?
The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV)’s mission is to remain a member driven peak body committed to empowering people from culturally diverse backgrounds. They strive to give voice to multicultural Victoria. They strive to advocate for human rights, freedom, respect, equality and dignity for ethnic and multicultural communities and in building a socially cohesive and inclusive Victorian community.
What does the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria do?
The organisation advocates and lobbies on behalf of multicultural communities in areas like human rights, access and equity and improving services.
How long have the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria operated for?
Since 1974, the ECCV has been the key advocate for culturally diverse communities in Victoria.
How can you get involved with the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria?
You can support the ECCV by making a donation, you can partner with the ECC by co-hosting ab event, project and or research paper. You can work for or volunteer for the organisation as a committee member or board member. You can subscribe to their newsletter.
For more information visit the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria website.