Cultural Perspectives

The benefits of an inclusive and diverse workplace

The benefits of an inclusive and diverse workplace

Cultural Perspectives believe it is essential to a promote workplace diversity and inclusion that can lead to a series of benefits.  Find out what are the benefits of an inclusive and diverse workplace. and why it needs to be a priority for your company.

Job Vacancy: Research Manager at CIRCA research

CIRCA is looking for an experienced, highly motivated and dedicated Consultant to join our small Sydney team. CIRCA is a market leader in social research and evaluation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse communities

Why choose Cultural Perspectives?

Why choose Cultural Perspectives?

Find out on exactly what makes Cultural Perspectives the best choice for your multicultural marketing, research, consultancy or in-language translation initiatives:

Cultural Perspectives Group Launches Reconciliation Action Plan

Cultural Perspectives Group have recently launched their Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at the Redfern Community Centre in front of an audience of staff, community partners and organisations, research consultants and community leaders from both the multicultural and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sectors.

Job Opening at Council on the Ageing NSW

COTA NSW is developing an advocacy program that engages older Australians to advocate on issues that affect older people. We need someone with experience in volunteer management, with an understanding of policy and advocacy, and a passion for social justice to join our team and help expand our organising program.

“Takiwatanga” for Autism - A New Addition to the Maori Language

“Takiwatanga” for Autism - A New Addition to the Maori Language

In June 2017 a new Maori glossary was released called Te Reo Hāpai – The Language of Enrichment. This glossary provides translations for use in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors focusing on the translation of existing words as well as creating many new words where required in te reo Maori.