Partners

The Kaleidoscope Initiative is a partnership between the City of Stirling, the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC), and the Office of Multicultural Interests, and supported by the Western Australian Government's Local Projects, Local Jobs Program.

The Initiative is supported by

Stakeholder Partner Network

Our Stakeholder Partner Network is made of Professional Immigrant Networks, service providers, government agencies and employers who are all committed to harnessing the economic benefits of migration.
Front Left to Right: Jess Ettridge, Economic Development Manager, City of Stirling; Janine Freeman MLA, Member for Mirrabooka; Fadzi Whande, Diversity and Inclusion Advisor, University of Western Australia; Cema Santos, CEO Immigrant Business Networking Association Inc; Ashleigh Brand, Kaleidoscope Initiative City of Stirling.
Back: Chris Brereton, Manager Community Services, City of Stirling; Cr Keith Sargent, City of Stirling; Cr David Boothman, City of Stirling; Mahdi Chavoushi, Iranian Community of WA; Manager Community Engagement, Office of Multicultural Interests; Yvonne Atkinson, CEO Stirling Business Association: Sarah Janali, Team Leader Cultural Diversity; Community City of Stirling; Rahul Verma, Global Workforce Project Coordinator, Communicare; Kristi Carlile, Team Leader Settlement Services; Department of Training and Workforce Development

Professional Associations

We are continually expanding our Kaleidoscope Initiative Network by adding more Professional Immigrant Associations as partners. If you are interested in joining our network, please contact us.

We are currently working with:

We are also privileged to be supported by various cultural and community organisations in designing and running our various programs.

We are currently working with: