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The Launch of Omid

PEACE Multicultural Services is excited to introduce the first edition of ‘Omid’ electronic magazine. It can be read online or downloaded for free. Omid is for Afghan and Farsi speakers who are same-sex attracted, trans*, gender diverse or gender questioning.  This magazine has been developed by the community with support from PEACE Multicultural Services of Relationships Australia SA.

Enaam Oudih, Practice Manager, PEACE Multicultural Services at Relationships Australia SA said “The title of  the magazine ‘Omid’ (hope) was chosen, because it is ‘Hope’ that we want to instil in our readers. The editor of this magazine who comes from an Afghani background stated “Hope, is 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

Please feel free to promote Omid through your networks. Check out Omid by following this link.

(Taken from the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion newsletter)

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