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Bittersweet Birthday Celebration for Asylum Seeker NFP

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 9th June 2016 -  Australia’s largest asylum seeker advocacy, aid and health organisation is calling for an end to the “toxic bipartisan leadership” which has made the average Australian

Manus Island Refugees Take Legal Action

Eisha Gupta , Thursday, 5th May 2016 -  More than 700 asylum seekers held in detention at Manus Island have taken legal action against the federal government in a bid to bring them to Australia. Barrister Jay Williams, from

PNG Court Rules Detention of Asylum Seekers Illegal

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 26th April 2016 -  Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court has ruled Australia’s detention of asylum seekers on Manus Island is illegal. Pro Bono Australia News has obtained a copy of the PNG

Charities Open Arms to Asylum Seekers

Xavier Smerdon, Thursday, 4th February 2016 -  Australian international aid and community sector organisations have united behind churches across Australia that have offered to open their doors to asylum seekers that may be…

Australia’s Human Rights Scorecard ‘Concerning’

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 10th November 2015 -  Australia's asylum seeker policies and the treatment of people with disability have been heavily criticised in a review by the United Nation’s human rights body in Geneva…


Work Remains a Mirage for Skilled but Stymied Asylum Seekers

Staff Reporter, Monday, 26th October 2015 -  Skilled asylum seekers who obtain protection under Australia’s humanitarian program face greater uncertainty in the job market than other migrant groups, writes Brotherhood

Legal Action for Asylum Seeker Allegedly Exploited by Employer

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 20th October 2015 -  The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against an employer that allegedly exploited a vulnerable asylum seeker who had earlier been released from detention. The Agency has…

Asylum Seeker Workers to Ignore New Laws

Xavier Smerdon, Thursday, 2nd July 2015 -  A group of more than 40 former and current detention centre workers have written to the Abbott Government saying they will ignore controversial new secrecy laws. The Government’s…

Australians Think Govt Should Help Asylum Seekers Less

Xavier Smerdon, Monday, 15th June 2015 -  Most Australians are misinformed about refugees and asylum seekers, thinking it is a crime to come by boat without a visa seeking protection, a new survey by a major Not for Profit has…


A Change from Chains

Xavier Smerdon, Friday, 5th June 2015 -  Grant Mitchell’s interaction with a Rwandan refugee more than 20 years ago inspired him to dedicate his life to helping asylum seekers. Mitchell, the Director of the International

NFP Sector Unites for Asylum Seekers

Xavier Smerdon, Friday, 24th April 2015 -  More than 100 Australian organisations have called for an immediate moratorium on the transfer of asylum seekers to Nauru and Manus Island until their safety can be guaranteed. The…

Australia Breached Torture Conventions

Xavier Smerdon, Tuesday, 10th March 2015 -  The Abbott Government has been urged to accept the legitimacy of a United Nations report which found that Australia has violated the Convention Against Torture. The United Nations…
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