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Topic "Migrants And Refugees" in Arabic - total 41 documents

Title: Beginning a life in Australia
Summary: This booklet provides helpful settlement information and links to other websites and resources for newly arrived migrants, humanitarian entrants, and their sponsors and service providers.

Title: Catch up vaccinations for refugees and asylum seekers in Victoria
Summary: This resource was designed for refugee and migrant communities in Victoria about catch-up vaccinations

Title: Child care in the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
Summary: Do you need child care to be able to attend the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) classes? When you are in an AMEP class, free child care is available for your children who are under school age. This information sheet explains how it works.

Title: Collection of personal information for the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
Summary: The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) service providers collect personal information for the Department of Education and Training. The information collected could be disclosed to other agencies or organisations. This information lists the organisations that have access to your data.

Title: Crisis payment for humanitarian entrants (bilingual version)
Summary: Crisis Payment is a special one-off payment to assist with immediate settlement needs if you are a newly arrived humanitarian entrant

Title: Family violence and partner visas factsheet
Summary: This translated resource provides information for partner visa holders who do not have to remain in an abusive relationship to stay in Australia. It outlines information including that a partner, family members or other people in the community cannot threaten your visa status, and that there are certain provisions in Australia's migration laws to allow you to continue with your permanent Partner visa application. It also provides contacts for support services, and translating and interpreting services.

Title: Fast track process
Summary: This factsheet explains how the “fast track” process works, and describes the steps that can be taken should a visa application made under the fast track process be refused.

Title: Finding a home in Victoria
Summary: Finding a home when you are new to Australia can be difficult and confusing. Renting, paying bills, finding help in a new system all present challenges for new arrivals. Finding a home in Victoria was developed to support people of refugee backgrounds to find their way around the housing system. It includes information on tenants’ rights, how to choose an energy provider, social housing, and who can help in case of homelessness. This online booklet was developed in consultation with newly-arrived communities and is published in English, Arabic and Dari

Title: Forced and early marriage factsheet
Summary: This translated fact sheet outlines that forcing anybody to get married is a serious crime in Australia, and that people are free to choose whether to get married. The fact sheet provides facts on the illegality of taking or sending someone to another country for forced marriage or getting someone else to organise this. It also contains contact details of support services.

Title: Getting medical help on weekends, public holidays and at night
Summary: This resource is designed for migrants living in Victoria and explains the different options available if they need medical help after hours or on weekends. It also explains when to attend the emergency department and when to call an ambulance.

Title: How can I bring my refugee family here?
Summary: This resource lists all the steps you need to take if you would like to bring your family to Australia through the Australian Government's refugee and humanitarian program.

Title: How to use medicines correctly
Summary: This brochure provides basic information on how to use medicines correctly. It also explains the difference between generic and branded medicines, over the counter and prescription and what a repeat is.

Title: Human Rights in Australia for families (Video)
Summary: This is an animated film on Human Rights in Australia.

Title: Important information for proposers: Health checks for newly arrived refugees
Summary: To provide proposers (sponsors) of newly arrived refugees, with information about seeking medical help for those arriving with difficult health issues and in need of extra support.

Title: Learn English through the Adult Migrant English Program
Summary: To help you learn English, you may be able to attend the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP). This information sheet explains what the requirements are and how you can enrol in English classes.

Title: Medication reminder cards
Summary: Visual cards that can be used to instruct the patient on the intake of medications

Title: Mindfulness Prgram: Mindful breathing (Audio)
Summary: The Mindfulness audio resources include six Mindfulness exercises and an introductory track. These resources are used as part of the self-management program, with the support of a community worker, and assist with the ongoing practice of Mindfulness.

Title: Money management kit: for community settlement workers
Summary: The kit was developed for community settlement workers who work with new arrivals. It can also be used by teachers and welfare and healthcare professionals who provide general financial literacy education, or teach English as a second language. The money management kit contains factsheets, audio stories and photo stories. It includes the following topics: Household budgets, saving money, paying bills, contracts, insurance, debt, working in Australia, credits, types of credits

Title: Multicultural services video
Summary: You can contact the Multicultural Services to speak to someone in your language about Centrelink payments and services.

Title: Newly arrived residents waiting period (bilingual version)
Summary: If you recently arrived in Australia, you will generally have to wait 104 weeks until you can access most of our income support payments.

Title: NSW Health Care System Information Booklet
Summary: Guide to the NSW health care system for newly arrived migrants and refugees.

Title: Our voices - stories of carers from refugee and migrant backgrounds
Summary: 'Our Voices- stories of carers from migrant and refugee backgrounds', is a beautifully crafted series of five short films offering rare and profound insight into the lives of carers from migrant and refugee backgrounds, caring for family with mental illness.The films explore the lives of five carers from Afghani, Egyptian, Somali, Turkish and Vietnamese communities. The carers speak independently, yet collectively, of common difficulties encountered in advocating for culturally sensitive and culturally-responsive mental health care and the benefits of seeking support.

Title: Providing evidence of your identity
Summary: With an application for a protection visa, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection asks that you provide documentary evidence of your identity, nationality or citizenship. This factsheet describes the documents you may need to provide and the requirements surrounding these documents. This information is for people seeking asylum who are currently in Australia.

Title: Recently arrived in Australia? (bilingual version)
Summary: This brochure contains information that might be useful to you if you’ve recently moved to Australia. Settling in can be a challenging experience. As a new arrival, you may be able to get some payments and services from the Australian Government. The brochure is bilingual. Scroll to the end of the document to read the English version.

Title: Settlement Guide podcasts (SBS)
Summary: SBS is talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

Title: Sexual assault factsheet
Summary: This translated fact sheet outlines how in Australia, it is against the law to sexually assault anyone. A person who commits sexual assault can go to jail, whether they are a man or a woman. It outlines what sexual assault includes, and also provides contact details for support services.

Title: Sexual Assault Crisis Line
Summary: The Sexual Assault Crisis Line Victoria (SACL)  is a state-wide, after-hours, confidential, telephone crisis counselling service for people who have experienced both past and recent sexual assault. SACL is the central after hours coordination centre for all recent sexual assaults and provides immediate crisis responses throughout Victoria. SACL operates between 5pm weeknights through to 9am the next day and throughout weekends and public holidays.

Title: Simple money manager
Summary: The simple money manager helps you see how much money you have coming in and going out. It is available in a range of community languages and has audio content to explain each category.

Title: Skills for education and employment (bilingual version)
Summary: This translated resource provides information on the Skills for Education and Employment program, designed to help individuals gain the skills and confidence needed to improve chances of getting a job or successfully completing vocational training. It includes information on who is eligible for the program, who runs the program and where to get further information.

Title: Special benefit for Temporary Protection Visa and Safe Haven Enterprise Visa holders (bilingual version)
Summary: If you have been granted a Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) or a Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV), you will no longer be able to receive the Status Resolution Support Services payment. However, you may be able to claim Special Benefit if you are in financial hardship. You will be eligible for Special Benefit if you (and your partner) have less than $5000 in liquid funds and are not earning enough income to support yourself and your family. If you have a child or children, you can also claim family payments.

Title: Status resolution support services (SRSS) payment - reporting your income (bilingual version)
Summary: If you or your partner have started working you will need to let Centrelink know immediately. This is because what you and your partner earn affects your Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) payments. This fact sheet explains how and what you need to report.

Title: Status resolution support services payment (bilingual version)
Summary: The Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) payment helps you meet basic living expenses while you are in Australia and waiting to hear about your immigration status.You might be eligible for a Living Allowance. Depending on your circumstances, your payment may also include Rental Assistance Allowance and/or Dependent Child Allowance. You may also be given access to Medicare

Title: TB (also known as Tuberculosis) - the facts and its treatment - audio files
Summary: This resource is designed for migrants and refugees and explains what tuberculosis (also known as TB) is, the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease, the symptoms of active TB, how TB is spread and how to prevent it from spreading to other people. It also describes the common tests for TB and how it is treated.

Title: TB (also known as Tuberculosis) - the facts and its treatment - fact sheets
Summary: This resource is designed for migrants and refugees and explains what tuberculosis (also known as TB) is, the difference between latent TB infection and TB disease, the symptoms of active TB, how TB is spread and how to prevent it from spreading to other people. It also describes the common tests for TB and how it is treated.

Title: Tell your story (Video)
Summary: This is a free online program for refugee men. It will take you through twelve online chapters with information about stress. You can read and hear advice from other men about what they found useful when dealing with stressful life events.

Title: The refugee health check for Syrians and Iraqis
Summary: This video outlines what new arrivals from Syria and Iraq can expect when they attend their initial Refugee Health Assessments with their GP and/or Nurse. It outlines the importance of why patients need a health check, what the check involves, why vaccinations are important, what to bring to the appointments, confidentiality and Interpreters.

Title: Tuberculosis (TB) screening for migrants
Summary: Before or shortly after you arrive in Queensland, the Australian Government may ask you to go to a Tuberculosis Control Unit in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Toowoomba, Townsville or Cairns for tuberculosis health screening. This service is free of charge.

Title: Understanding the Australian medical system
Summary: This resource was designed to help migrants living in Victoria to navigate and understand the Australian medical system. It briefly explains Medicare and Centrelink cards and the entitlements they offer, how to book a doctor appointment, what bulk billing means, the difference between a GP and a specialist doctor, what a pharmacy is and explains when you need a prescription to buy medicine.

Title: Where do I go when...? A community service guide for the Northern suburbs of Melbourne
Summary: This booklet is designed for newly-arrived communities from Syria and Iraq living in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne. It helps them understand what community services are and find those in their local area.

Title: Who is a refugee?
Summary: To be granted a protection visa, the Australian government must decide that you meet the definition of ‘refugee,’ or that you are eligible for ‘complementary protection.’ This factsheet explains what is meant by the terms “refugee” and “complementary protection”.This information is for people seeking asylum who are currently in Australia.

Title: Your health (bilingual version)
Summary: Your health This brochure outlines some of the benefits and services available for those enrolled in Medicare. Medicare helps Australians, and other eligible people, with the cost of some medical, medicine, and optical and hospital care.

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