This area provides further information and useful resources for those interested in the Government's settlement and multicultural activities.
Humanitarian Settlement Program
The Humanitarian Settlement Program supports humanitarian entrants to build the skills and knowledge they need to become self-reliant and active members of the Australian community.
The Australian Cultural Orientation (AUSCO) Program
The AUSCO Program supports eligible Refugee and Special Humanitarian Program entrants in the first stage of their settlement in Australia by providing practical pre-departure advice about the journey to Australia and information about what to expect post-arrival.
Youth Transition Support Pilot
The Youth Transition Support (YTS) Pilot helps young humanitarian entrants and vulnerable migrants aged 15 – 25 years participate in work and education.
Free Interpreting Service
The Free Interpreting Service aims to provide equitable access to key services, that are not government funded, for people with limited or no English language proficiency.
Free Translating Service
The Free Translating Service allows permanent residents and select temporary or provisional visa holders to have up to ten eligible documents translated, into English, within the first two years of their eligible visa grant date.
Assisting migrant and humanitarian settlement by volunteering.
Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
Delivers English tuition to eligible migrants and humanitarian clients who do not have functional English. AMEP is administered by the Department of Education and Training.