Funded by Office of Multicultural Affairs

(08) 8945 9122
(08) 8945 9155

Funded by Office of Multicultural Affairs

MCNT's Information Sessions and Workshops

Through its various funded projects and as a core activity arranges and actively markets at least 30 information sessions and workshops each year - with expert presenters and on a range of topics and themes – to the MCNT's diverse clientele and members (including recently arrived and established migrants) as well as members of general community. The MCNT regularly consults with its constituency to identify issues of concern in the multicultural community – particularly new arrivals - to seek feedback about current information gaps. "After hour" interpreter-assisted information sessions and workshops are regularly scheduled on evenings and are usually very productive well attended by the MCNT's clients and members. The MCNT welcomes feedback and is constantly improving enhancing the outreach of this core activity to its multicultural constituency.

For more details contact Ron Mitchell, Program Manager on 8945 9122 or email

MCNT's Migrant Employment Handbook Project

The MCNT believes that meaningful employment and opportunities for career development are integral to the settlement experience and essential to social and economic participation for migrants. The MCNT's A5 sized Migrant Employment Handbook is an effective and convenient resource for newly-arrived migrants and refugees. The 2009 edition was well received and was in very high demand. The new edition – as hardcopy and online versions – is being developed and will include updated information about relevant legislation, characteristics of the Australian workplace, training options, industrial relations, and the various licences and tickets. There will be useful local contacts and valuable information for migrant jobseekers including tips about writing resumes and job applications, interview techniques, and gaining work experience.

For more details contact Joe De Luca, CEO on 8945 9122 or email

English for Everyday Life

"English for Everyday Life" is the program assisting interested migrant students to learn conversational, Intermediate and advance level of English language.

For more information on the program call Cecilia on 8927 3108.

Our goals are:

The MCNT promotes multiculturalism as a policy that works for all Australians. The MCNT promotes empowerment for people from CALD backgrounds through culturally appropriate advocacy and direct service delivery to ensure full participation in the Territory’s social, cultural, economic, political and civic life.

The MCNT’s core business and organisational ethics are guided by the principles of access and equity, social inclusion, community harmony and celebration of diversity.

Multi Cultural Council NT

Office Address:

Shop 15 Malak Shopping Centre
Malak Place - Malak
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Postal Address:

PO Box 299
Karama NT 0813