In 1978, fkaCS established the Multicultural Resource Centre to provide resources and support to Education and Care services to provide culturally rich environments, together with targeted bicultural support (now Cultural Inclusion Support) to settle children from newly arrived communities into their education and care service.
fkaCS continues to advocate for children’s cultural and linguistic rights and provide support to education and care services in the provision of culturally rich environments that reflect a civil society.
Date published: 27.4.2020
The Raising Children Network have developed information for families about the importance of play for their child’s ongoing learning and development, inclusive of play ideas for children...Read more
Event Start Date: 12.5.2020
How do we avoid cultural tokenism in Early Childhood? Who decides what is important? And who does it benefit?Read more