CALD

African Alcohol Awareness (AAA) Study: An exploratory pilot study in partnership with Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland, Queensland Health, Griffith University, DRUG ARM Australasia and Queensland African Communities Council

Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland •   2012
The purpose of the AAA exploratory study (Tier 1) was to explore knowledge, attitude, behaviours and cultural issues regarding alcohol consumption African communities in South East Queensland.

Queensland CALD Culturally and linguistically diverse communities African

Working with diversity in alcohol and other drug settings

Network of Alcohol and other drug agencies (NADA)
This resource delivers guidance in providing best practice when working with different clients, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; culturally and linguistically diverse communities; lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender and intersex people; and older people. It also suggests resources for referral

CALD Culturally and linguistically diverse LGBTI lesbian gay bisexual transgender and intersex people; and older people Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people evidence -based partnership