Sikhs to share culture in Wagga City Library pilot program

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The pilot project Embracing the cultural identity of burgeoning ethnic groups in regional public libraries: A pilot project with the Punjabi Indians aims to promote and embrace one burgeoning ethnic group’s cultural identity through Wagga Wagga City library services in the Riverina region, NSW. This equitable and culturally inclusive approach seeks to address the collection and services offered to  Punjabi Indians by introducing a collection of resources and community activities to serve various age groups based on the study participants' input.

Period11 May 2021

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Media coverage

  • TitleSikhs to share culture in Wagga City Library pilot program
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletThe Daily Advertiser
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size2 pages
    CountryAustralia
    Date11/05/21
    Description'Embracing the cultural identity of burgeoning ethnic groups in regional public libraries: A pilot project with the Punjabi Indians', is a pilot project that aims to promote and embrace one burgeoning ethnic group’s cultural identity through Wagga Wagga City library services in the Riverina region, NSW. This equitable and culturally inclusive approach seeks to address the collection and services offered to Punjabi Indians by introducing a collection of resources and community activities to serve various age groups based on the study participants' input.

    Producer/AuthorKenji Sato
    URLhttps://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/7245309/sikhs-to-bring-punjabi-culture-activities-to-wagga-city-library/?cs=9402
    PersonsSabine Wardle

Keywords

  • Public Libraries
  • social work
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse