Funded by auDA Foundation

(08) 8945 9122
(08) 8945 9155

Funded by auDA Foundation


Migrant 4 Migrant Project

Migrant4Migrant is envisaged as an interactive multimedia webpage on the MCNT website with audio and visual informations, including local "community profiles" from the MCNT members. The primary feature of the project is the production of "Community Profiles" as 20-25 minute mini-documentaries, showcasing and providing a video description of local ethnic communities.It will provide oppertunities to migrant communities to share views and news about life in the Territory with friends, families and communities interstate and overseas. The Migrant4Migrant Project has seed funding from the auDA Foundation

For more detail contact Nitesh Raj Pant, Project Officer on 8945 9122 or email community@mcnt.org.au

Nepalese Association of The Northern Territory

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Indian Cultural Society NT

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Australian Japanese Association of NT

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Bhutanese Community of the NT

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Multilingual Broadcasting Council NT Inc

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Australia Burma Friendship Association of The NT

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Darwin Tongan Community Group

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Darwin Karen Community

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NT Refugee Association of NT Darwin

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Darwin Persian Association

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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