Just before we announce the topics, date and partner organisations for next year’s forum, we’d like to take a moment to appreciate all the hard work and effort that went into making this year’s VicForum a success.
We’ve put together a whitepaper from little messages to celebrate each and every one of our partners, sponsors and organisers, you’ve all be wonderful!
Lastly, from all of us here at Polaron, a big thank you to Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria, as well as all the partner organisations, including Cancer Council Victoria, Fenton Communication, Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, Australian Association of Language Companies, Immigration Museum, Victorian Multicultural Commission and Loddon Campaspe Multicultural Services for partnering up with us. We hope that everyone who attended this year can make it to next year’s forum. It an event you can’t afford to miss.
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This inaugural forum, led by Polaron Language Services in partnership with the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) and with a list of supporting partners that includes Cancer Council Victoria, Victorian Multicultural Commission, MI Fellowship, Centre for Culture Ethnicity & Health, Fenton Communication and Bendigo-based Loddon Campaspe Multicultural Services, explored themes around advancements in digital technologies and evolving communication landscapes in Victoria. It showcased good practice models, strategies and case studies in the CALD communication space.
The forum conveners believe that the state of Victoria is best-placed to harness the benefits made possible by the digital evolution we’re all experiencing. Our state has the wealth of languages, resources and capabilities at our disposal that we can use to become true global leaders in the multicultural arena.
The Art and Science of Communication in Multicultural Victoria
Thur 17 March 2016
1:00 to 5:00 pm
at the Immigration Museum
400 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Media release 4 March 2016
Media release 21 January 2016