Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council Inc. (BRMC) is the peak multicultural agency in the Central Highlands Grampians Region (CHGR). There are 24 Cultural Associations/Groups plus numerous Individual and Associate members affiliated with BRMC.
Promoting Cultural Diversity and Harmony in Our Region
Welcome to BRMC
Our mission is to work in partnership with other community organisations, Cultural Associations and members to actively promote multiculturalism, cultural diversity and the well-being of all migrant communities throughout the Region.
Ballarat Professional Mentoring Program
- Interested in helping address Ballarat’s professional skills shortage?
- Got a job or advice and networks to share?
- Willing to connect with a skilled migrant looking to move to Ballarat?
EOI by Wednesday 28 September: www.roa.org.au/mentors/#becomeMentorRead more
BRMC updates and information about coronavirus (COVID-19).
See coronavirus information in your language – translated resources for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
BRMC connects and supports diverse communities to be safe and informed and to minimise the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Monday, 16 March 2020
A Message from Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council
Dear BRMC Members, Friends and Partners
We hope this message finds you well. The BRMC Team is getting in touch to advise you of our planning for COVID-19.
BRMC is committed to supporting the community and will take a responsible and informed approach to minimise the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking the advice of expert health authorities and Government and will regularly update our communication with you.
Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council respectfully acknowledges the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung people, their elders and community leaders, past, present and emerging
– traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.
BRMC actively promotes intercultural and interfaith harmony. We help build inclusive and diverse communities and economies.
We work with members and partners to strengthen diversity and social cohesion in regional Victoria.