NSW SES Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Stakeholder Network


Influence the way we communicate with multicultural communities about risk awareness and preparedness for flood, storm and tsunami.

Register your interest now.

The NSW SES Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Stakeholder Network has been established to support the objectives of the NSW SES Flood, Storm, and Tsunami: awareness and preparedness for NSW CALD Communities Project that commenced in 2022.

The project was implemented in recognition of the need to create more inclusive and meaningful risk awareness and preparedness communications so that all communities of New South Wales are equally aware of the natural hazards of flood, storm and tsunami.

We are working on new ways to communicate with multicultural communities with low or no English proficiency by developing a comprehensive suite of in-language communications material for 15 at - risk language groups.

An initial call for expressions of interest was circulated in January 2024, however not all language groups have been represented. To ensure membership is inclusive of all 15 language groups, we have re-opened submissions, seeking applicants from five specific language groups including:  Greek, Khmer, Korean, Macedonian, and Serbian.

If you speak one of the nominated languages and have experience and connection to your community to influence and guide this work, click on the FAQs to see if you meet the criteria and submit your application to join the network today.

Submit Expression of Interest FAQs

If you have questions or unsure if you qualify to join the network, please send an email to CALDCommunitiesProject@ses.nsw.gov.au  

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