Next GK Cooking Class for PLHIV announced

SAMESH, March 2017

SAMESH’s next cooking class for people living with HIV is ready to serve!
If you’re interested in learning how to cook healthy meals on a budget contact SAMESH and RSVP your spot today – places are limited.

  • When: Wednesday 12 April 2017 10 am – 2 pm
  • Where: 57 Hyde Street, Adelaide 5000
  • RSVP: Monday 10 April 2017 – Call SAMESH on (08) 7099 5300

Presented in conjunction with Bobby Goldsmith Foundation, Centacare, & PEACE Multicultural Services.

Download flyer (PDF) here: GK April 2017

Afternoon tea to highlight the importance of National Women Living with HIV Day

PEACE Multicultural Services (Relationships Australia SA) in collaboration with Femfatales (NAPWHA) and SAMESH (SHine SA/VAC) are holding an afternoon tea to highlight the importance of National Women Living with HIV Day.

Join us for wonderful opportunity to meet, talk, learn and honour the women who live with HIV over a delicious afternoon tea.

– When: Thursday, 9 March, 2017
– Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm
– Venue: Education Department Centre (EDC), 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh SA 5007
RSVP: For catering purposes, please register for this event by email to

OMID magazine for Afghan and Farsi speaking LGBT people

PEACE Multicultural Services, RASA, 2016

OMID is a new magazine for our Afghan and Farsi speaking friends around the world, who are same-sex attracted, trans-gendered or who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender. Whether you live in Australia, Afghanistan, Iran or anywhere else in the world, we hope that this magazine reaches you, provides you with valuable information and touches your heart. OMID (meaning hope), like a beacon of light at the end of a dark tunnel, is what keeps us going even in the toughest of times.”

OMID has a strong focus on health and well-being and is filled with stories, poems, personal experiences, film reviews and artworks. If you have a client, a friend or a family member that would like to contribute to the magazine in future or would like to know more about what PEACE Multicultural Services of Relationships Australia SA do and the support they offer, please email them on . The current issue is of OMID is November 2016.

  • Read, download or subscribe to issues of OMID here 

HIV testing videos aimed at multicultural communities in SA

PEACE Multicultural Services, December 2016

Three new campaign videos have been made especially by and for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

They provide a positive spin on knowing your HIV status, whatever it may be. The theme is Get Tested, Get Treated, Live Longer.

“Testing is the key to a healthy journey, and it is important for everyone to get tested for HIV. Knowing your HIV status gives you peace of mind and the opportunity to start treatment early if needed. Testing in South Australia is easy, free, fast and confidential.

Contact PEACE Multicultural Services on 8245 8100 for further information and support.

Together we can make a positive change.”

Launch of Indaba HIV website for women

PEACE Multicultural Services at RASA, November 2016

A message from  PEACE Multicultural Services:

“Please join us for the official launch of Indaba HIV, a website created to provide basic and practical information as well as relevant resources for women living with HIV in South Australia.

Indaba also highlights important information for service providers to help them meet the needs of women living with HIV.

When: Thursday, 17 November 2016, 12.45pm – 1.30pm

Where: Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference, Riverbank Room 7, Adelaide Convention Centre

We would love to see you there to help us celebrate the launch of this wonderful and important resource.”

Download flyer indaba-launch_final

Training for accredited, unaccredited or aspiring interpreters of African background (free)

Relationships Australia, Monday, 1 February 2016

Free Training For African Communities

PEACE Multicultural Services of Relationships Australia SA is offering a learning opportunity for accredited, unaccredited or aspiring interpreters of African background.

This program will provide an opportunity for individuals to develop and enhance their interpreting skills, improve their knowledge base on appropriate health terminologies and learn how to promote meaningful practice in working within the blood borne virus sector.

Lunch will be provided and Certificates will be awarded upon completion of this training.
Places are limited and registration is essential.

Dates: Saturdays, 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 April 2016
Time: 11.00am – 3.30pm
Venue: Relationships Australia SA
49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh 5007

For further information or to register for this program, please contact Laura Adzanku on 8245 8133 or on email Laura

Download flyer below InterpreterTraining