Annual Reports

Annual Report 2011 – 2012

The Liverpool MRC seeks to champion and respond to the needs of refugees, migrants and the cultural, linguistic and religious diversity of Liverpool and its catchments, to create a socially just and inclusive society in which both individuals and communities are celebrated and have the opportunities to reach their potential.

4,843 clients assisted at Liverpool MRC reception

19 clients supported through Complex Case Support

27 student and volunteer placements

184 students attended classes at Liverpool MRC

 

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Annual Report 2012 – 2013

The Liverpool MRC seeks to champion and respond to the needs of refugees, migrants and the cultural, linguistic and religious diversity of Liverpool and its catchments, to create a socially just and inclusive society in which both individuals and communities are celebrated and have the opportunities to reach their potential.

7,402 clients assisted at Liverpool MRC reception

986 clients received casework support

250 service flyers and CDs displayed at our multilingual HUB

62 client Information Sessions held

 

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Annual Report 2013 – 2014

The Liverpool MRC seeks to champion and respond to the needs of refugees, migrants and the cultural, linguistic and religious diversity of Liverpool and its catchments, to create a socially just and inclusive society in which both individuals and communities are celebrated and have the opportunities to reach their potential.

8,276 clients assisted at Liverpool MRC reception

96 clients supported to access Immigration Advice from Legal Aid NSW

117 clients attended Discovery Tours & Life Skill based Info Sessions

113 young people accessed Liverpool MRC casework

 

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Annual Report 2014 – 2015

6,786 clients assisted at Liverpool MRC reception

1268 casework sessions

1933 referrals to external agencies

122 individuals supported with intensive case management

The Liverpool MRC seeks to champion and respond to the needs of refugees, migrants and the cultural, linguistic and religious diversity of Liverpool and its catchments, to create a socially just and inclusive society in which both individuals and communities are celebrated and have the opportunities to reach their potential.

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Annual Report 2015 – 2016

9,181 clients assisted at Liverpool MRC reception

3188 external referral to:

1412 Legal Aid

492 external CALD services

266 education and employment services

439 financial and material aid agencies

 

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