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What do we do?

The Collaborative works at the national level to give a voice to the broad health and wellbeing needs, including research, of Australia’s culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

Download the Foundation Document to find out more.

Who are we?

The Collaborative is the national health peak representing multicultural health and wellbeing issues through a formal membership structure, which includes consumer and carers, health and wellbeing/social care services, practitioners, and researchers.

The Collaborative also includes members from ‘mainstream’ organisations providing services to our communities and, as affiliates, national health peaks.

Our primary objective is to address systemic health inequities and work toward improved health and wellbeing outcomes for individuals and communities.

Want to become a member?​

Explore different membership types suitable for various consumers and professions. No membership fee required. Become a member for free today.

Latest News

The Knowledge Hub is currently under development. Over time, it will be a searchable resource on multicultural health and wellbeing, including research papers, reports, publications and other relevant material.

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