Clients, students and service providers can access our library for welfare-related reports, books, magazines, videotapes, reference books and consultation papers. Items may not be taken out of the Centre but people can browse material at the office and photocopy for a small fee. The library aims to provide information on hard copy for staff, students and service providers to access and is useful for research, submission writing and general information about migrant and refugee issues.
The Centre offers meeting rooms for group activities, information sessions, workshops and cultural activities. Interested groups can apply for the use of the meeting rooms as well as other facilities. Our Policy and Procedures Manual outlines how to apply for the rooms and facilities, please contact the Centre directly if interested. However, the manual specifies that no religious or political activity can take place at the Centre.
Facilities which can be used at the Centre include:
- CD player
- Binding machine (charge will apply for materials utilised)
- Photocopier (charge applies)
- Phone (charge applies)
While we do not have a computer and internet access that is directly accessible to the public, our Front Desk Administration Assistant can assist with accessing or printing particular information if necessary (printing charges may apply).