New research from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) puts spotlight on the endemic exploitation of temporary workers who are mainly international students and backpackers.
The Premier of Victoria recently recognised seven international students for their outstanding accomplishments in Victoria’s international education sector at the annual Victorian International Education Awards in Melbourne.
Fair Work Ombudsman today launches in-language videos on its website, further helping visa holders understand their workplace rights and supplying them with basic knowledge to protect their rights.
NSW Police will host the Beach Soccer Tournament 2017 for international students at Coogee Beach on 24th September. 24 teams comprised of international students representing different nationalities will get together competing and enjoying some sporty fun on the beach.
The Australian Human Rights Commission released the National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities (2017) yesterday that provides greater insight into the nature, prevalence and reporting of sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities.
magine you are an international student...
Do you know what surprises international students most about Australia? Do you know what the best thing is about being an international student? It can be challenging to imagine when you first arrive in Australia, and you realise you have come one step toward to a new culture, new lifestyle and new education system.
Hi, my name is Sylvan, I am currently completing my degree in PR as an undergraduate student at UTS and as part of my assessment I am also completing my internship at Cultural Perspective Group. One of my tasks at Cultural Perspectives is to review the daily online article. Today, I came across an article that I would really like to share with you, titled ‘Scared to talk about diversity? by Dominic Price.
Cultural Perspectives Group is proud to draw your attention to the special Conference edition of the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia’s Australian Mosaic magazine where DiverseWerks’ presentation on the Employment Vulnerability of Women International Students.
Sydney’s Youth Week starts tomorrow! Come and join the celebration of young people’s creativity, vitality, talent and positive energy. The annual Youth Festival will showcase dynamic programs of arts, culture and sporting events. It is also a great opportunity for young people to express their ideas and views.
Only a child growing up in a migrant household knows the feeling of the extraordinary parental expectations that those who have come to Australia for a better life, have of their children.