Culturally And Linguistically Diverse
1. What is it?
A culturally and linguistically diverse population, as a group, represents communities of people who were born overseas or who are Australian born with one or both parents or grandparents born overseas. This term refers to people who are from countries in which the main language spoken is not English.
Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania
Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (MRC Tas) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports and empowers migrants and refugees to settle and live fulfilling lives in Tasmania. The focus is on meeting the needs of migrants, humanitarian entrants, and refugees through effective, targeted, and meaningful services.
3. Referral and Access by Region
4. Useful Links
Exploratory Analysis of Barriers to Palliative Care – Issues Report on People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds | Australian Government Department of Health