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A Justice of the Peace (JP) service is provided at MECA on Mondays (10am - 4pm), Tuesdays (10am - 4pm) and Thursdays (10am - 2pm). Although walk-ins are always welcomed, appointments are prioritised. If you do not have an appointment, please expect a waiting period..
Who are JPs?
JPs are appointed by the Governor of New South Wales for five-year terms. They are volunteers, who come from all walks of life and all sections of the community.
JPs are people who are trusted to be honest, careful and impartial, when performing the functions of a JP.
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We want to create positive films for young people of refugee backgrounds and develop their skills in film and media. Please support our fundraising project by visiting this link: http://startsomegood.com/Restoringhope
Western Sydney is young and multicultural, but this is not represented in the media. Much of the mainstream media focuses on the negative aspects of the area and the people that reside in the western suburbs.
We want to change that. We want to project positive ...
On February 26 2015, Photographer Pete Hawk and a team of dedicated workers from the Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency (MECA) and the Street University set up a makeshift studio at Dawson Mall, in the western Sydney suburb of Mount Druitt.
They asked passers by to stand in for a portrait and posed the question - "Where do you live and how do you see yourself in the community?"
Below are few of the people captured that day.
For further information about this exhibition, please contact reception on 02 9625 9300 or ...
I was born in the poorest smallest country in the world Burundi. My mum gave birth to me at home. There was not nurses, No hospitals and worse, I was born sick. I couldn't eat, drink, breastfeed or even cry. Every-one told my mother, “He is gone, He can't make it”. For the mother's love, She tried everything she could but nothing was working out. She then walked from one state to another on hills and mountains to find a better doctor until she found one. This song was made to thank her for what she's done! It is dedicated to her and all good mothers out there.
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