EthnoLink Announces Upcoming Webinar: An insider's guide to engaging with multicultural Australians

Register today on this free webinar on March 25, 2021, and learn the best practices for engaging with multicultural Australians.

Online PR News – 16-March-2021 – Richmond, Victoria, AU – An insider’s guide to engaging with multicultural Australians with Henrietta Podgorska from Umbrella Multicultural Community Care.

Date: Thursday March 25th, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM (AEDT) / 11.00AM (AWST)
Duration: 1 hour

With over 300 languages identified as being spoken by Australians in the 2016 Census, it can be a complex task to engage with multicultural Australians — and translation is only one aspect of it.

This free webinar, provided by EthnoLink Language Services, Australia’s leading translation specialists, will explore the best practices for engaging with multicultural Australians, with Henrietta Podgorska from Umbrella Multicultural Community Care.

Some of the topics that will be covered include:

• a real world example of how a community organisation engages with diverse audiences
• tips and strategies for communicating with multicultural communities
• effective use of language services, including translation

This free webinar is suitable for:

• organisations who want to engage better with multicultural Australians
• communications professionals in Government and Not-for-Profit sectors
• those who work in the Health and Community services sector

Spaces are limited, so register today to secure your seat!

About the Speakers

Costa Vasili
Founder & CEO @ EthnoLink Language Services
Costa Vasili is a global thought leader in the translation industry and has been working in the community translation sector for 10 years. With a wealth of experience in community translation project management, Costa is relentless in pursuing EthnoLink’s mission, “to connect Australia through language”.

Henrietta Podgorska
Communications and Community Engagement Manager @ Umbrella Multicultural Community Care
Henrietta has 9 experience working in the community sector in various roles in both metropolitan and rural settings around Australia. Henrietta has successfully delivered several community projects to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) groups, served on national and state advisory groups and maintains an active profile in local community initiatives. She is committed to, and passionate about, improving care and services for people, particularly those who are disadvantaged or facing adversity.

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