Somali-born refugee Omar Elmi has dreams that belie his tender years. The 17-year-old is studying horticulture and is the first Somali-born trainee taken on by Parks Victoria. He is driven by passion to help farmers and ordinary families in his homeland who face starvation because of a ‘once in a fifty-year’ drought.
Safe at last – They’re among the first of the ‘lucky’ 12,000 to arrive. So how were Osama Butti and his family chosen, and what do they make of their new home?
He believes in God and he believes in us, the Australians who helped make his children safe. He’s travelled so...Read More
Migrant women work together to create a productive space (Leader)
AN IMPRESSIVE CV including three degrees and a successful career as a communications expert and business administrator...Read More
Journey to Australia explored in refugee artwork (ABC)
After years in a refugee camp a Bendigo woman uses art to relive her journey to Australia. Read more:...Read More
Refugees share their stories from war-torn Middle East to asylum in Australia (Daily Telegraph)
Former refugees who now call western Sydney home share their stories in a bid to eradicate stereotypes and put a...Read More