ECCV’s paper on elder abuse in care relationships underlines the importance of a sustained commitment to ensure carer needs are understood and supported.
Australia’s first Nigerian seniors’ club is giving its members a chance to connect, support each other and celebrate the joys of life.
ECCV is committed to supporting multicultural communities to exercise their democratic rights and make an informed choice at the referendum.
ECCV has partnered with the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing - PICAC VIC (project lead), the National Ageing Research Institute and Icon Agency to produce a new report exploring the needs of aged care providers in regional Victoria. The report directly responds...
The Shaping Connections project developed by RMIT, in partnership with the University of Third Age, aims to help seniors understand the benefits of technology and how digital skills can improve their health and wellbeing.
The City of Melbourne’s neighbourhood centres play an important role in making the city’s growing seniors population stay more connected, supported and enriched.
To attract and retain our vital aged care workforce, we must take steps to address the racism migrant workers face on the job.
The Victorian Senior of the Year Awards are presented annually each October. Nominations for the awards this year close on Friday 28 July.
The winter edition of Golden Years is out now! If you or your organisation support seniors from migrant and refugee backgrounds, this magazine is for you.
ECCV’s Recognising and Respecting Carers project has been working to improve the lives of carers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
Jagdish Chander received the 2022 COTA Senior Achiever Award for his volunteer work with Indian seniors’ clubs in Melbourne’s west.
Many older people living on pensions or low incomes can find themselves in financial hardship. Financial counsellors can provide free advice and help you access available support.
The Reminiscing Garden project in Melbourne’s south east is a creative space for family and friends impacted by dementia in a new and sustainable environment.
Football Victoria’s Walking Football program encourages Victorians over 55 from all walks of life to get active and bond over the beautiful game.
In partnership with Carers Victoria, ECCV is hosting an online forum on 4 April focusing on improving the wellbeing of carers from migrant and refugee backgrounds. According to Carers Australia, there are an estimated half a million unpaid carers from culturally and...
The latest edition of Golden Years is out now! If you or your organisation support seniors from migrant and refugee backgrounds, this magazine is for you. Inside, you'll find a story about a special community garden in Melbourne's south east that helps bring together...
We are pleased to share ECCV's Pre-Budget Submission 2023-24. Our submission calls on the state government to enact a long-term vision for Victoria that is creative and resilient, capable of anticipating and responding to the needs and challenges facing our...
Marion Lau OAM JP has been awarded Life Membership of ECCV, in recognition of her outstanding 40-year service to ECCV and migrant communities in Australia.
ECCV hosted the 10th Annual Walter Lippmann Memorial Oration at the Wheeler Centre on 13 October, 2022 with the support of our sponsor LanguageLoop. This milestone Oration was delivered by the Hon Tony Pagone AM KC, a former judge of the Federal Court of Australia who...
We are pleased to share with you the spring 2022 edition of Golden Years, ECCV's triannual eMagazine for the multicultural aged care sector. Our spring 2022 cover story explores the recommendations we make to promote positive ageing for older people from migrant and...
ECCV’s Recognising and Respecting Carers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds project supports carer groups across Melbourne by delivering information sessions and activities that provide much-needed respite.