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“We simply asked for permission to land.” New book tells the story of a remarkable act of reconciliation in Australia two decades…
Mater celebrates 21 years of caring for refugees
Putting theory into practice to reduce stillbirth
Ukrainian refugees find care and compassion at Mater
Trust vital for migrant support: Australian Red Cross report
Human Rights Council to Hold its Fifty-Third Regular Session from 19 June to 14 July 2023
TEMPLATE – Duplicate this
$22,000 worth of infringement notices for four passengers attempting to smuggle plant products
Fonepay and LankaPay Sign MOU for Cross-Border Interoperable Payment System
New ideas, stories and voices shine at the Sydney Writers’ Festival
120 MULTICULTURAL AND ETHNIC COMMUNITIES SUPPORT INDIGENOUS REFERENDUM
NCP scholars engage First Nations diplomacy through study tours in the Northern Territory
Rear Admiral Justin Jones – Operation Sovereign Borders Senate Estimates opening statement
Police seeking public assistance to identify man located deceased at Tranmere foreshore
International Tea Day 2023: Supporting smallholder tea producers is an integral part in the transformation of agrifood systems
Indian Ocean fishing vessel search
Growing sustainable everyday products using mushrooms
PM must ask Greg O’Connor to please explain
Committee against Torture Discusses Reports on Follow-up to Concluding Observations, Individual Communications, and Reprisals
One Table, Many Cultures at Global Table 2023
Council welcomes new Australian citizens
Australia announces new ambassador to Netherlands
Key leadership appointments made to drive WHO strategic direction and initiatives
FAO welcomes $34.4 million contribution from Japan to boost food security and strengthen resilience in emergency contexts
New partnership to advance smart-city research
Is world in danger of debt default?
Human Rights Council Discusses the Situation of Children in the Central African Republic and Strengthening Institutional Capacities in South Sudan
No Country Can Claim to be Free of Racism and More Needs to be Done to Combat Systemic Racism and Discrimination that…
Human Rights Council Concludes General Debate on the Human Rights Situation in Palestine and Other Occupied Arab Territories, and Begins General Debate…
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Brazil, Poland, and the Netherlands, Begins General Debate on the Universal Periodic Review Mechanism
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Indonesia, Algeria and the United Kingdom
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Session, Adopts Annual Report and Concluding Observations on Reports of Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri…
UN Human Rights Committee publishes findings on Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri Lanka, Turkmenistan and Zambia
Everyone belongs at Harmony Week in Hobart
Harmony Week 2023: Azmeena Hussain on the opportunity of showcasing Australia’s multiculturalism at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™
Human Rights Council Hears that the Gravity and Scale of Violations Committed in Ethiopia Must Not be Forgotten, and that Venezuela Continues…
More Healthcare Workers Making Victoria Home
UNSW Sydney academics and researchers feature in jam-packed Sydney Writers’ Festival program
Harmony Day Celebrations in Market Square
City to launch new 2023-2025 Intercultural Ambassadors at Harmony Fair
In Dialogue with Sri Lanka, Experts of the Human Rights Committee Commend Settlement of Internally Displaced Persons, Raise Issues Concerning Constitutional Reform…
UOW goes global
The Human Rights Situation in Nicaragua Continues to Erode, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Tells the Human Rights Council
Human Right Committee Opens One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Session
UN Human Rights Committee to review Egypt, Turkmenistan, Zambia, Peru, Sri Lanka and Panama
Vibrant Hindu community embraces solar
PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD BRIDGE FEDERATION VISITS AUSTRALIA
Support to bring students to regions 21 February