Will you join us in your city, as we stand with those held in Manus and Nauru for #SixYearsTooLong?
As we move from Refugee Week to NAIDOC week, it’s fitting that we listen to Academics Mark Brett and Naomi Wolfe as they explore the roles of guest and host in the Australian context. This piece is an edited excerpt from a NAIITS Conference paper. The full paper will be published in the NAIITS Journal later in the year.
Ebony Birchall, lawyer and member of our Justice for People Seeking Asylum team, calls us to raise our voices for the humane treatment of people seeking safety this #RefugeeWeek.
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.
Last year, an incredible movement called for #KidsOffNauru. Last weekend, it happened!
Hwvar Khoshnow acknowledges the heavy weight of fear, and lightness of hope in the promise of its passing.
Mike Frost unravels the shameful actions of our parliament last week, with a focus first and foremost on the most vulnerable.
For Clement Ngai’s church, silence about #KidsOffNauru felt like a compromise of the good news of the gospel – that’s why they spoke up.
Rosalie from Activate Church in Adelaide shares how her church took action and why #KidsOffNauru hits close to home for her.
Rev Melissa Clark’s church are ringing their bells 95 times every Friday night, until our government takes action to get #KidsOffNauru.