Compelling news from the refugee and migrant sector

Multicultural leaders hail Adam Goodes documentary

21 June 20190 comments

The controversial new documentary ‘The Final Quarter’ that charts AFL player Adam Goodes’ battle with racism has been commended by leaders within Victoria’s multicultural communities…

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Global refugee numbers hit 70 million

19 June 20190 comments

The number of people fleeing war, persecution and conflict has soared above 70 million, the highest level ever recorded, according to the UN’s refugee agency…

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Refugee’s long journey from fear and despair

3 June 20190 comments
A fifteen-year roller coaster ride of soaring hope and crushing despair has characterised the life of Iraqi refugee Ammar Al-Taie.

The 32-year-old dentist survived the invasion of his homeland by…

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Food and family – a refugee’s salvation

31 May 20190 comments
After being forced to leave behind an affluent and successful life in Pakistan, refugee Alia Sultana has rebuilt her life through her passion for food and her knack for…
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Refugees voting in their first federal election

17 May 20190 comments
Around 250,000 newly minted Australian citizens will vote in tomorrow’s federal election – the most at any election in history.

And, according to Australian Electoral Commission and Department of Social…

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Refugee finds lifeline through business

7 May 20190 comments
As an asylum seeker without the right to work in Australia Liaquat Ali was struggling to support his young family and even put food on the table.

But the ethnic…

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How the new federal ministry shapes up

7 June 20190 comments

In the wake of the Coalition’s federal election victory last month, some aspects of the leadership structure of the...

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Fighting flares again in Syria

3 June 20190 comments

The conflict in north-western Syria has flared with Russian-backed Syrian government forces and Turkish-backed rebels...

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UK migration policy headed for a reset

3 June 20190 comments

Theresa May’s resignation as British Prime Minister could see a reset of UK migration policy as business groups and...

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Anti-migrant sentiments a question of perception – study says

31 May 20190 comments

You might think xenophobia would be strongest among populations where there are large concentrations of new migrants and...

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