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Young Victorians team up with VicHealth and local councils to drive healthy change
The City of Greater Dandenong will launch a new exhibition featuring artwork by primary school students which explores the issues of identity, cultural diversity and racial discrimination.
The Jewish Museum of Australia continues its touring of dynamic multimedia exhibition The Babel Project, as it launches in Pakenham on Wednesday 3 August at the Cardinia Cultural Centre.
United Through Football, a statewide VicHealth and Football Federation of Victoria initiative to get more new arrivals involved in community football, has been launched.
Commissioned by Auseinet and developed in collaboration with VicHealth this work features chapters contributed by a variety of national experts in the field.
In May, the Jewish Museum of Australia continues its touring exhibition of dynamic multimedia exhibition, The Babel Project, stopping at Hume.
This March, the Jewish Museum of Australia will open its exciting new multimedia community arts installation, The Babel Project.
Community connections: how can technology promote community social inclusion?
Connected lives: Deploying virtual worlds, the internet and free media software to enhance the social connectedness of young people isolated by disability, geography and socio-economic advantage.
This research project reflects the VicHealth priority theme of social connection within technology as a setting for the promotion of mental health and wellbeing.
Encouraging greater social engagement through arts and cultural activities.
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