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Refugees Australia
Relocation to Port Moresby not a ‘fix-all’ for refugees
20 August 2019 | 11:14 am

The Immigration and Citizenship Authority of Papua New Guinea has offered refugees currently on Manus a voluntarily transfer to Port Moresby.  The men will be provided with residential accommodation in Port Moresby, re-location support, a weekly living allowance and other support such as health services and employment support will also be provided.  In response to […]

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School Strike
Human Rights
School Strike for Climate – Brisbane

We’ve had enough of inaction on the climate crisis; it’s time to demand a change. Amnesty International is encouraging all activists (yes, you!) to attend the Global Climate Strikes, happening on Friday September 20 in all capital cities and various other locations all over Australia, and the rest of the world. Why? Because climate change is […]

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Human Rights
Fullarton Markets

Join the Amnesty Unley Group at the Fullarton food, craft and artisan markets. There will an Amnesty stall where you can learn more about Amnesty’s work, purchase books and take meaningful action!

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Refugee Welcome March in London, September 2016. © Marie-Anne Ventoura/Amnesty International
Refugees
MERCY4MAN ART AUCTION

Operation #NotForgotten is a project to sponsor up to 200 refugees living on Manus and Nauru. There are approximately 200 individuals who currently have no hope, no options, no future. Join Amnesty’s Braidwood Action Group at a Community Event to support raising of funds to enable 2 refugees to settle in Canada. Any additional funds […]

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text human rights are my pride over rainbow coloured strips with amnesty candle logo below
Gender and sexuality
Amnesty Action Group Co-Launch

We are launching a new Indigenous rights action group based in Brisbane and re-launching our Qld LGBTQI Network. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. Amnesty action groups are made up of local people from all walks of life who have a passion for social justice. Every person is valuable to the human rights […]

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Madhi, Najeeba, Raihana and Najeeba fled persecution in Afghanistan and sought asylum in Australia. © Hamish Gregory
Refugees Australia
Call for fairer refugee sponsorship

Community sponsorship – where everyday people in the community choose to contribute towards the costs of resettling a refugee – has worked in Canada for over 40 years. Together Canadians have helped 280,000 refugees find safety. It can work in Australia as well.

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