Latest refugees News

Immigration detention concerns deepen
Judicial capacity building, population displacement risk and accessing Australian TV programs
Summer at Sea Museum
‘Temporary’ podcast: giving voice to refugees under temporary protection
Appointment of Migration Advice Industry Advisory Group
Deakin scoops pool at AFR Higher Education Awards
Working for wellbeing
Cr Gabrielle de Vietri elected as Yarra’s new Mayor, Claudia Nguyen as Deputy Mayor
WVA welcomes COVID-19 vaccine announcement, calls on global leaders to commit to most vulnerable
Starve or serve? Real solutions to harsh reality of child labour
Conflict threatens global health security as children miss out on life-saving vaccines: report
$75,000 Grant Supports Efforts to Connect NT Residents to Newly Settled Migrants
Researcher’s work leads to activist being granted asylum after 15 year wait
Funding to reignite WA theatre activity
Professor Kathy Laster appointed chair of VITS Language Loop
NTEU Condemns Assault on NTEU Member at Peaceful Kangaroo Point Refugee Protest
Operation Sovereign Borders Monthly Update 21 October
A scholarship with power to change young lives
Who are we leaving behind?
Budget shows cuts to humanitarian intake
Woolworths Group first Australian company to join Tent Partnership
Campbelltown Cares Grans second round now available
National Dialogues to explore how building resilient communities can help tackle racism
University research into refugee experiences part of major new exhibition
Refugees at serious risk from COVID-19
Greens plan to create homes for local threatened species in new neighbourhood forest network
Story of Blacktown City’s bushrangers wins Mayoral History Prize
Operation Sovereign Borders monthly update 16 September
Refugee camp blaze exposes new risks, as COVID-19 outbreaks flare in camps worldwide
Companies’ profits soar by billions as poorest pay price of pandemic – Oxfam
New Spring Lamb campaign Shares Lamb with Aussie legends
One month since Beirut blast and thousands can’t afford a front door
Mastercard and La Biennale di Venezia give cinema lovers chance to See Life through a Different Lens 4 September
Over 200,000 lone child migrants left to uncertain fates in Europe
Doctors Call On Government To Stop Punishing Refugees
QUT launches Year 12 Early Offer Scheme
More than 100,000 babies born in refugee and displacement camps in recent years
Budget strain sees families turn to unhealthy food
Humanitarian health workers put their lives on line during COVID-19 pandemic
World Humanitarian Day 2020: A tribute to aid workers on front lines
Settlement Services International and Australian National Maritime Museum sign MOU to strengthen support for
From lifeguard to international humanitarian of sea
Beirut children more vulnerable to COVID-19 in explosion aftermath
Operation Sovereign Borders monthly update
Children in desperate need of food, shelter and psychological support after deadly Beirut blast
Winners of 2020 Volunteer Recognition Awards revealed
Ministers urged to better protect women on temporary visas experience violence
Grave fears for vulnerable children caught up in Beirut explosion