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MulticulturalNT December 2008 Free information sessions offer help to apply for Australian citizenship! Migrants and refugees in the NT can now obtain assistance to prepare for the Australian Citizenship test and to apply for citizenship. Anglicare NT are conducting free information sessions for anyone who needs advice on the citizen application process and citizenship test preparation. Community resource workers are available to explain what to expect when sitting the Australian Citizenship Test, eligibility for a standard or assisted test and the nature of the test. They will also clarify and help applicants to understand information in the booklet Becoming an Australian Citizen, focussing on responsibilities and privileges of Australian citizenship, Australian values, traditions, history and national symbols. Basic computer skills coaching and a citizenship test tutorial are also available. Anglicare offers regular information sessions in the Darwin area. Phone support and study booklets can be sent out to regional areas. For more information call Mary Willems on 89850000 Citizenship Resource Service Anglicare NT CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Freedom of religion and belief in 21st century Australia Go to: www.humanrights.gov.au/frb Call: (02) 9284 9600 or 1800 620 241 Email: frb@humanrights.gov.au Submissions close 31 January 2009 In partnership with the Australian Multicultural Foundation and in association with RMIT and Monash universities.

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