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OPEN DAY 2019 – Feb 13th

Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre is thrilled to begin a full calendar year of events with an exciting OPEN DAY to be held on Wednesday, 13th February. Following on from our hugely successful event in 2018, SMRC CEO, Ramesh Kumar, says “our OPEN DAY 2019 will be celebrating the power…...

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SMRC settles into new year with SETS services

The Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre (SMRC) is thrilled to announce our commencement of the Settlement Engagement Transition Support (SETS) grant – Client Services stream. SMRC has been a leader in providing settlement services in the south east of Melbourne for the past 25 years and we look forward to…...

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A year worth celebrating

2018 was the year SMRC celebrated 25 years of making stronger communities. This significant milestone was commemorated through numerous events and community activities that brought together our stakeholders and clients.  ...

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SMRC wins Employment Award

SMRC took out the Employment category in the 2018 Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce Business Awards recently. We employ over 150 staff and 200 volunteers to assist the hundreds of refugees and migrants who are helped into education, training and work each week. It’s also a skilled office with most…...

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Twenty five years in making communities stronger is worth more than just a party, it deserves a festival! On Sunday 14th October, Southern Migrant & Refugee Centre (SMRC) will be celebrating Unity in Diversity in Dandenong to mark its significant presence in the region.  It will be a day that…...

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SMRC celebrates Silver Jubilee

Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre (SMRC) began a full calendar year of events with an exciting OPEN DAY on Tuesday, 20th February, in celebration of 25 years of making stronger communities....

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CASEWORK, more than just a number?

Imagine if we lived in a world where everyone was happy, well fed, had a house and had enough money. Would not we all love that? The world would be a perfect place…but it is not. So how does case work come into that equation of making the world a…...

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