An estimated 258 million people currently live in a country other than that of their birth, a figure that is up from 173 million in 2000, and 102 million in 1980, according to the latest world snapshot of migration data.
Interview with Thomas Albrecht
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ man in Australia, Thomas Albrecht, speaks to AMES Australia Senior...Read More
From commercial TV newsreader to champion of the multicultural sector, Helen Kapalos has taken the path less travelled. She...Read More
Heartlands 2016 Arts Project : Stories from Refugee Youth
The Heartlands 2016 Arts Project focuses on ten young people from refugee backgrounds who use the film medium to tell...Read More
Refugee success stories
For decades migrants have been among Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs. Here are two recent success stories.Read More