Free movie night supporting IDAHOBIT - Love, Simon 

Come join us on Tuesday 17 May at Shirley Burke Theatre for a free movie night to support International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).  Includes free popcorn and ice cream.

Free tickets are strictly limited. You can book your spot on the Kingston Arts website.  For more information see attached flyer.

Free in-language sessions on healthy relationships and gender equality

The Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health is offering free education sessions for community women’s groups across Victoria, focused on three topics – understanding healthy relationships, gender equality, and gender-based violence prevention.

The sessions are delivered by our bilingual health educators. Groups can request the sessions to be conducted in-language and/or plain English, and through Zoom or face-to-face. For more information see attached flyer

Bicultural health educators are delivering free health education

WHISE is a not-for-profit organisation that focuses on empowering women. WHISE works to improve the health and wellbeing of women in the region by providing health information and education to governments, organisations, education providers, and community groups.

Please contact WHISE for your free information session. For more information see attached flyer.

AEC: roles available and how-to-vote resources

The Australian federal election is being held on Saturday 21 May. Temporary jobs are available for the election, including dedicated jobs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The Australian Electoral Commission still need to fill jobs across Australia including in regional and remote areas. The work is paid. No election experience is required, and training is provided.

For more information people can visit to register interest.
Se also attached flyers on temporary employment, vote factsheet and positions available for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people

Call out for Aboriginal Stall Holders

Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place is a Blak Market to kick off National Reconciliation Week on Saturday 28 May, open to the whole community to attend. Join us to purchase authentic tools, jewellery and craft items.

For further updates on the event, like and view the Facebook page or read the attached flyer.
If you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and want to hold a stall at this event, please email Kalie at

Crime Stoppers Victoria - new material in LOTE

Crime Stoppers Victoria invites representatives of the culturally and linguistically diverse community to assist them in their work. 

View the information poster with translated information in Arabic, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, Greek, Farsi, Somali, Dinka, Punjabi, and Hindi. 

Kingston Elder Law Workshop

A recording of the Elder Law Workshop that occurred Wednesday 27 April 2022 is available here. The workshop was presented by Kingston Council and Peninsula Community Legal Centre.

The workshop was presented by Kingston Council and Peninsula Community Legal Centre.
The recording includes the following:  
  •  Welcome by Jackie Galloway, CEO Peninsula Community Legal Centre 
  • Opening Remarks by Cr Steve Staikos, Mayor City of Kingston 
  • Address by Gerard Mansour, Commissioner for Senior Victorians 
  • Retirement Living Options for Seniors by John Corcoran, Russell Kennedy
  • Financial Elder Abuse by Meg Dalling, ANZ Bank 
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney by William Betts, Peninsula Community Legal Centre
  • Q & A Panel Discussion, Moderated by Gerard Mansour
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