Nirmal Singh migrated to Australia from India three years ago on a skilled migrant visa. He already had a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and some work experience. But when he arrived he found it difficult to find a job as he didn’t have an Australian qualification or work experience. (more…)Read More
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The Kaleidoscope Initiative team delivered a successful series of varied events for Harmony Week, which ran from 15 to 21 March 2018.
The program of events catered to a wide variety of audiences from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors; professional immigrant networks and newcomers; business leaders and those who are interested in harnessing the benefits of a diverse workforce.Read More
If you are an employer or a new migrant that has experienced the benefits of a multicultural workforce then we invite you to share your story. Please see our registration form below and we will contact you or your organisation and let’s share your journey.Read More
To celebrate Harmony Week the Kaleidoscope Initiative is holding a business breakfast on Thursday 15 March 2018 7.30am
Join our panel of international and national speakers in a series of events on the benefits of cultural diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Learn how we are partnering with employers in increasing workforce capacity to reap the rewards of a diverse workforce and in the process helping newcomers obtain employment. (more…)Read More
Unlock your potential: building a diverse and inclusive workplace
This workshop is designed for the private sector, business owners, human resource professionals working in private organisations. There is an alternative session designed for Commonwealth, State and Local Government agencies and the Not for Profit Sector.
Join the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) and the Kaleidoscope Initiative in an interactive workshop series designed to support organizations in building a diverse and inclusive workplace.Read More
The City of Stirling has launched Kaleidoscope, a new initiative, to help newcomers find employment in their area of expertise and build the capacity of employers to reap the rewards of a diverse workforce, thanks to the McGowan Government’s Local Projects, Local Jobs initiative. (more…)Read More
The City of Stirling’s recently launched its first Multicultural Framework, a high level guiding document that underpins the City’s approach to achieving its vision for an inclusive and harmonious community.Read More
According to recently released census data, 49% of Balga-Mirrabooka residents were born overseas and 38% speak a language other than English at home. This makes it the most diverse region in the City of Stirling.Read More
Andrea Creado came from India to Australia and has lived here for 16 years. When Andrea first arrived, she worried a lot about finding a job, buying a house, getting a driver’s licence and many other common challenges.Read More
Digital platforms, Refugee and Migrant Talent, connect skilled migrants and refugees with companies offering short and long-term job opportunities. Established in 2016 by social entrepreneurs Niary Dacho and Anna Robson, they have recently expanded into WA, offering businesses the opportunity to tap into their talent pools.
Tommy Adebayo migrated to Australia from Nigeria 16 years ago. Tommy arrived with an engineering degree and work experience obtained in his home country. However, in the absence of local references, professional and social networks, Tommy initially found the search for employment in Australia difficult.Read More
International Partnership between Kaleidoscope and the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC)
Kaleidoscope Initiative partnership with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) to bring innovation in immigrant employment to Perth
The Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) has recently signed up as a formal partner of the Kaleidoscope Initiative. They will work with the City of Stirling and other partners to share their international expertise in immigrant employment, and workforce diversity and inclusion. (more…)Read More