Compelling news from the refugee and migrant sector

Refugee family finds deliverance

17 August 20170 comments

Eman Shashy and her family were the last to leave their village before ISIS arrived and destroyed it.

The family of Iraqi refugees had no vehicle and were forced to…

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CALD community young leader has big plans

24 July 20170 comments

At just 21 Hamsa Farah has dabbled in politics, become a leader in his community and plans to work to save the barrier reef.

The RMIT student was born in…

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Helping migrant spouses – one women’s vocation

11 July 20173 comments

Su Sullivan says her work supporting isolated and disadvantaged migrant women makes her feel like a big tree.

“Sometimes I feel like I’m a tree. A big tree with its…

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Ramadan gaining acceptance in Australia

26 June 20170 comments

Nial Aykan rushes into the interview room out of breath. Having just climbed two flights of stairs, the head of the Islamic Council of Victoria (ICV) is conscious of…

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Twenty refugees displaced every minute – UN report

20 June 20170 comments

The global refugee crisis continues to escalate despite peace agreements and a slow-down in the conflict in Syria and Iraq, a new report says.

The number of displaced people across…

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Refugee’s art provides economic and emotional sustenance

9 June 20170 comments

Sketching portraits of shoppers and festival goers earned Syrian refugee Nouha Saigh just enough money to feed her family and pay the rent.

Nearly destitute in Lebanon having fled her…

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Refugee kids make ideal employees

18 May 20170 comments

Students from refugee or disadvantaged backgrounds can make the best employees, according to new research from the UK. Data...

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Hunger driving migration – UN report

18 May 20170 comments

Hunger is a key driver of human migration and dislocation and coupled with armed conflict has led to the largest...

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New UN humanitarian chief faces herculean task

18 May 20170 comments

With 65 million people displaced globally and an unprecedented four simultaneous famines declared the UN’s new chief of...

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Red necks most likely to be anti-asylum seekers

18 May 20170 comments

Conservative men with low education levels and strong nationalistic leanings are more likely to have negative feelings...

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