Host or attend a screening of 'Chasing Asylum' at your local church and change the conversation in your community.
This World Refugee Day, will you sign the pledge calling for the immediate evacuation of all asylum seekers still on Manus Island and Nauru and for all people under the offshore processing policy to be settled in safety.Sign the petition
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Jump on the phone and tell Mr Dutton’s office to make the fair call to intervene in Saeed’s case seeking asylum in Australia, and stop his deportation.
This Palm Sunday, join with thousands who are walking for justice towards refugees affected by the cruel and harsh policies of the Australian government.
The Government has announced a proposal that would ban any person who has come to Australia by boat as an “asylum seeker” since July 2013 from ever entering Australia.
The proposed permanent ban is almost stopped, now we just need to convince the Nick Xenophon Team to block the bill in the senate.
We need as many Australians as possible adding their voice and calling for an end to the detention of children once and for all.
The Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce has put the call out for people to contact Senator Michaelia Cash.
Now is the time to show the world that the children of Syria are precious in our sight, too.
Imagine if the culture of Australia could be transformed and led by Christian compassion, to be a place not of persecution but of sanctuary for people seeking asylum. #LetThemStay
Let us together speak up for grace and compassion to be shown to those in our community who are being coerced by our government to return to danger on Manus and Nauru.
Let's ring our politicians and call for the men abandoned on Manus to be brought safely to Australia.
This Sunday, can your Church stand in solidarity with the men on Manus Island who are urgently calling for freedom and safety?
This Palm Sunday, join with thousands of Australians who are marching in solidarity for refugees who are still being affected by harsh and unfair policies of the Australian Government.