Thursday, 19 February 2015
We neither engage nor involve ourselves in divisive situations or events. We encourage dialogue and listen to community concerns and issues but always try to mediate in order to promote harmony and reconciliation.
ECCNSW met with the Australian Turkish Advocacy Alliance (ATAA) in late 2014. We listened to their concerns but never did we agree to support their proposals. Had we done so, it would have offended our core principles of always promoting harmony within the community.
Representing all communities
The Ethnic Communities' Council of NSW (ECC) is the peak body for all culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
2015 represents our 40th anniversary year of operations. You can find more information about us here.
Our main activities are advocacy, education, and community development. Learn more.