NSW Multicultural Minister issues message to mark International Migrants Day


NSW Minister for Multiculturalism, Mark Coure MP, has issued a message to mark International Migrants Day.


Today marks International Migrants Day, an occasion that recognises the courage and resilience of people who leave their homelands to find new opportunities for themselves and their families elsewhere.

The NSW Liberal-National Government is committed to ensuring that those who wish to call NSW home, especially those fleeing war, have every opportunity to succeed.

We work hand-in-hand with specialist, non-profit organisations to provide the best settlement journey possible. This includes connecting people with employment, health, education, legal support and community and youth affairs to ensure we continue delivering the services that allow everyone to thrive.

While many of us come from far and wide to call NSW home, we are all united by a common goal to make it a better place for everyone.

Migrants add so much to the success of our state. Today, we honour their contributions to our society and celebrate their many achievements in their efforts to rebuild new lives for themselves and their loved ones.




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