Western Sydney Shines at the Annual ZEST Awards

The Annual ZEST Awards were presented on Friday, celebrating exceptional people and projects in the communities of Greater Western Sydney. ZEST Patron, the Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales, attended the presentation at ANZ Stadium’s Millennium room and spoke warmly, commending nominees and the part ZEST plays in bringing their achievements into the spotlight. Special guests included Community Leader Aunty Carol Cooper, Leader of the Opposition, Luke Foley MP, ZEST Ambassador, Western Sydney University Chancellor Professor Peter Shergold, and co-host, journalist Chris Bath. Led by Western Sydney Community Forum in partnership with key event sponsors, the ZEST Awards showcase some of the region’s most inspiring stories, bringing together industry leaders and key representatives from business, government and community sectors.

2018-04-17T02:33:08+00:00February 20th, 2018|

TASTE: Much more than a social enterprise in YOUR local neighbourhood.

TASTE Cultural Food Tours Inc. was established in 2010, with the support of the Benevolent Society. As a social enterprise, it has had a huge role in showcasing and celebrating the diversity of Western Sydney. However, TASTE is much more than just a social enterprise.

TASTE have been challenging perceptions and cultivating an understanding of

2016-11-14T04:36:30+00:00November 14th, 2016|

Greater Sydney Commission: Draft District Plans Community Group Briefing and Community Drop In Sessions

Western Sydney Community Forum is a member of the Greater Sydney Commission’s (GSC) Independent Social Reference Panel. Participation on the Panel has enabled us to work with the Social Commissioner, Heather Nesbitt, and the GSC to articulate the most important social and urban issues for the future of Western Sydney.

A key priority for the GSC

2017-03-29T23:36:32+00:00October 27th, 2016|

The Area Assistance Story

BOOK LAUNCHED BY WHITLAM INSTITUTE & WESTERN SYDNEY COMMUNITY FORUM WITH THE HON LINDA BURNEY

Western Sydney Community Forum and the Whitlam Institute proudly in partnership launched the landmark book; The Planning, Funding and Community Action: The Area Assistance Story. The Hon Linda Burney graciously launched the book. Academics, representatives from community organisations, local and state

2016-10-14T00:24:27+00:00August 30th, 2016|