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Stories of the Rohingya

30 November 20170 comments

Members of Melbourne’s Rohingya community have shared their personal stories with iMPACT Magazine in a bid to highlight the plight of their compatriots who have become the victims of…

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Small acts of kindness making a big difference

23 November 20170 comments

The majestic Mountain Ash forests of the Dandenong Ranges are a long way from the mangrove swamps of Manus Island and the coral outcrops of Nauru.

But scattered among the…

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Iraqi doctor wants to contribute

31 October 20170 comments

As a doctor working in Iraq during the conflict there, Asseel Yako saved hundreds of lives.

His daily work was tending to battlefield wounds suffered by soldiers or militia members…

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Welcome to Carlton: Syrian family the latest chapter in an enduring migrant story

31 October 20173 comments

Akram Abouhamdan and his wife Joumana have just opened the first Syrian food shop on Lygon Street, in the historic Melbourne suburb of Carlton.

The shop – which sells Syrian…

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Documents reveal personal stories of life under Immigration Restriction Act

4 October 20170 comments

A new project is aiming to dig out documentation and archival records to build a picture of the lives of people who were victims of the notorious ‘White Australia…

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Migrant contributing as a volunteer

4 October 20172 comments

Iraqi migrant Nasir Ajmaya is using his own life experiences to help newcomers to Australia begin their lives here.

Nasir experienced war, the impoverishing impact of international sanctions against his…

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How migration is changing the world’s cities

31 October 20170 comments

Soaring global migration is fundamentally changing how and where most people live, a new report shows. Focusing on...

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Yemen on the brink of a humanitarian calamity says UN

31 October 20170 comments

The United Nations’ migration agency has warned of an imminent humanitarian crisis in Yemen as famine and cholera engulf...

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Stark photos bring home the reality of Rohingya crisis

31 October 20170 comments

Award-winning Canadian photojournalist Kevin Frayer has spent two weeks in Bangladesh documenting the lives of some of the...

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Rohingyas the world’s fastest growing humanitarian crisis

31 October 20170 comments

The number of Rohingya refugees who have fled a military crackdown in Myanmar has hit a staggering half million in...

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