Monday 5 November 2018 — Sydney, Australia
ASHM's multi-language health website for people of culturally and lingustically diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, ALL GOOD, was awarded as a finalist in the category of Community Campaign of the Year for the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards (PMCA) recognising excellence in the multicultural media and marketing industry.
Pictured: ASHM’s Chris Muronzi and Karen Seager at the PMCA with the Hon Ray Williams MP (far left) and the Hon Gladys Berejiklian (Premier of New South Wales; far right)
More about the ALL GOOD website and campaign
ALL GOOD focuses on key information on BBVs and STIs and provides tools and referral pathways to testing and treatment. Information is provided in 17 different languages (and more to be added in 2019), including English, in both text and spoken word recordings.
If you work with people from culturally and lingustically diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, we invite you to visit the website to:
ALL GOOD was funded by the Commonwealth of Australia.
Download the information poster on ALL GOOD's campaign [PDF]