Al Siraat news

Community news – 8 stories

  • Reducing Racism Project

    18 June 2019

    The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission invites you to an event to showcase the “Reducing Racism” project which is dedicated to educating multi-faith African and Muslim Victorians about their rights under the law. At this event, the Commission will provide an overview of the collaborative work they undertook with… Read more

    Reducing Racism Project
  • Mid-Year Food Drive

    14 June 2019

    Al Siraat College is supporting the the Whittlesea Emergency Relief Network WERN, facilitated by Whittlesea Community Connections WCC in their mid-year food drive. The WERN is a group of local emergency relief service providers working collaboratively to address issues and concerns around disadvantage in the local community. Their… Read more

    Mid-Year Food Drive
  • This Saturday: Gender Equity in Employment Project

    12 June 2019

    The Gender Equity in Employment project is funded by the Victorian Government Local Government Preventing Violence Against Women Grants. The Gender Equity in Employment project’s long term vision is to enhance women’s financial and economic independence as a protective factor against violence and a facilitating factor to leaving violence… Read more

    This Saturday: Gender Equity in Employment Project
  • Get your FREE Flu Shot

    11 June 2019

    Council of Whittlesea would like to remind our community that it is not too late to have your flu shot for this season. The Council are still offering FREE flu vaccine for all children up until the age of 18 years. The vaccine is available at all public sessions and no appointments are necessary. Read more

    Get your FREE Flu Shot
  • Casting Call for Look-alikes

    27 May 2019

    Casting call for boys & girls aged between 5 to 12 years who live in Victoria and look like the younger versions of: - Jarryd Roughead . - Tayla Harris. - Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti. - Justin Westhoff. - Touk Miller . - Bachar Houli. - Richelle Cranston. - Aliir Aliir . No acting experience is necessary!. This is a paid campaign. Further… Read more

    Casting Call for Look-alikes
  • Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success

    21 September 2018

    As a part of the community engagement strategy, one of the things we are passionate about is developing programs for mums with small children that are designed as a grassroots approach to educating women and thereby enriching the lives of whole families. The "Clean Eating & Nude Food" workshop last Friday was run by health and wellness… Read more

    Clean Eating Workshop A Huge Success
  • Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees

    9 April 2018

    Can you spare 1-2 hours per week to visit a newly arrived refugee or migrant in the home and help them learn English and to settle into Australian life? Melbourne AMEP is currently seeking volunteers. Each term, AMEP trains volunteers to assist newly arrived refugees and migrants learn English. These people are isolated in their homes and… Read more

    Volunteer Tutors Needed for Refugees
  • Malay Community Profile

    22 February 2018

    You are invited to learn about the City of Whittlesea’s Malay community who share a common language and make a significant contribution to the local community. Working with the Victorian School of Languages VSL, the Malay community – some of them Al Siraat families, have established a State Government based Malay language school in the… Read more

    Malay Community Profile
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