Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV)

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The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV)’s mission is to work to ensure that it remains a member driven peak body committed to empowering people from culturally diverse backgrounds. ECCV strive to give voice to multicultural Victoria. ECCV 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.

ECCV advocates and lobbies all levels of government on behalf of multicultural communities in areas like human rights, access and equity and improving services. As its core business, ECCV advocate on any issue that is of concern to its members.
 
We are proud to have been the key advocate for culturally diverse communities in Victoria since 1974.

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Digital Inclusion of Multicultural Seniors

The ECCV is currently working with U3A on a pilot project to build digital capacities of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) seniors. For more information on Digital Inclusion of Multicultural Seniors, please visit the project page on the ECCV website.

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Contact ECCV

Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria

Address: Suite 101, 398 Sydney Road, Coburg Victoria 3058

Telephone: (03) 9354 9555

Email: eccv@eccv.org.au

Website: eccv.org.au

Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm

For multicultural aged care organisations and resources visit the ECCV Access and Support Statewide Directory and Elder Abuse Prevention Resources web pages.

 

Translated coronavirus information from the Victorian Government is available online.

We are asking key stakeholders across Victoria’s multicultural communities for your support in encouraging everyone to wear a face covering.

There are now in-language materials available including posters, social media banners and translated audio messages.

Thank you for your continued efforts. Face coverings will help keep everyone safe – which is why sharing this message is so important.