Compelling news from the refugee and migrant sector

Nhill’s refugee settlement story continues

1 September 20172 comments

An innovative program to resettle refuges at Nhill, a regional Victorian town, has moved into a second phase with more than a dozen businesses and organisations now employing workers…

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Refugee doctor desperate to rebuild his career

1 September 20171 comment

When ISIS started killing doctors and professionals and when the armed militias opposing them began demanding all of their money and possessions, Syrian medico Bashir Ahmad decided it was…

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Refugee family finds deliverance

17 August 20171 comment

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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Sound Bite

March 2017

A migrant’s story

24 March 20171 comment

Greek Australian Dr Konstantinos Pantos talks about his love for his work and helping couples have children.    

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December 2016

Multicultural cohort

19 December 20160 comments

The social interactions of different cohorts of migrants are captured in this video about an end of year celebration...

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October 2016

Youth Camp 2016

18 October 20161 comment

In September 2016, students from AMES Australia travelled to the Charnwood Camp in the Strathbogie Ranges. Compiled by...

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September 2016

Adele Murdolo from MCWH

9 September 20161 comment

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health CEO Dr Adele Murdolo has worked in the centre for 16 years. She discusses...

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