We are pleased to support the 2022 Multicultural Health Week (5-11 September). The Multicultural Health Week highlights the importance of embracing language and culture in our health services. It also provides an opportunity to raise awareness about health challenges facing our multicultural communities. This year’s Cancer Screening Saves Lives theme raises awareness of cancer screening, to increase bowel, breast, and cervical cancer screening among CALD communities.

The 2021 Census data show more than 29 per cent of all New South Wales residents were born overseas and more than 30 per cent speak a language other than English at home.

Partner with us
Get in touch with us at the Diversity Programs and Strategy Hub if you would like to organise an in-language cancer screening information session for your community. Sessions are available on bowel, breast, and cervical cancer screening, in Arabic, Bangla, Chinese, Korean, Mongolian, or Vietnamese languages.

Diversity Hub Cultural Support Workers
A range of multilingual cancer screening resources are also available on www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/events/multicultural-health-week/2022/cancer-screening-resources-by-language.

For more information on CALD health in the District, please contact Barbara Luisi, Director, Diversity Programs and Strategy Hub at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 9515 1234.