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News and updates

A big welcome to our new content partners: the National Asthma Council Australia, Raising Children Network, Alzheimer's Australia and the Asthma Foundation of Victoria

We're very proud to announce that over 1000 new resources have been added to the directory this quarter.

We've also created a completely new look and feel for the site, and are receiving great feedback so far. A thesaurus has been added to help you search the directory, which we are continuing to refine and extend.

In the past year, directory users have increased by 44%, with page views up by more than 100%.

Have you recently produced new translated resources? Let us know!

If you've updated your website, uploaded new resources or removed old resources, let us know. By contacting us when your resources change, you can ensure we have the most up-to-date information on the Health Translations Directory.

That way, we can continue to promote your work.

Contact Anni Tillack-Benton at

Check out our newly added translated health resources...

 As a part of our role managing the Health Translations Directory we have produced and linked new health resources translated in many different languages: All translated resources have been checked for accuracy, and have been tested with community members to ensure they are culturally appropriate. 
Today is World AIDS Day. Held on 1 December each year, the event raises awareness across the world and in the community about issues surrounding HIV and AIDS. It is a day for people to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate those who have died.

Check out our newly added translated HIV/ AIDS resources. 
Take me to the HIV/AIDS resources

Are you producing a resource for refugee and migrant communities?

We can help you! The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health has extensive experience in connecting organisations with migrant and refugee communities. We can help you ensure that your resource is tested with the community, has clear health messages and is translated accurately. 

Get in touch

If you are interested in our resource development services, please contact 
Anni Tillack-Benton on

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health has been contracted by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Service to manage and improve the Health Translations Directory.
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