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Together we can help protect the human rights of refugees

Imagine fleeing your hometown to the sound of hurling bombs or the sight of your house being burnt to the ground.

Imagine the trauma of children being separated from their family.

Nobody wants to abandon their home, but when you’re facing war, hunger and persecution, escape is the only option.

Yet for the men, women and children who have survived these horrors, the journey to safety is long – too long: they are often left languishing in the horrific conditions of makeshift refugee camps and detention centres.

Together we can help end the suffering.

By donating you’re helping to build a world in which human rights are undeniable, regardless of gender, race, identity or beliefs.

From Syria to Bangladesh, Europe to the United States, we can be there when refugees have no one else to turn to.

We can be there for vulnerable people around the world whose lives have been torn apart by conflict.

We must be there to protect them and hold authorities accountable for their safety.

Be there for refugees by making a tax-time donation today.

Change is possible

Amnesty is working hard to re-establish a humane and safe way for refugees to find safety. Our plan is to:

  • Pressure the international community to assist refugees instead of harming them.
  • Document the stories of refugees to ensure the international community does not turn a blind eye.
  • Get Australia to change its cruel offshore detention policy.
  • Improve community sponsorship programs to help bring refugee families safely to Australia.

We rely on people like you

Amnesty doesn’t accept funding from governments or political organisations for our campaigning and advocacy work. This financial independence means we’re free to campaign with objectivity and impartiality and to defend human rights worldwide.

All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

 

 

  What your money acheives
5 ways you made a difference for refugees in 2017
Human rights campaigning is a long-game, and it can take years to see the results of our work – especially so for our refugee campaign. You may
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'I left Syria thinking that I would return in two weeks. That was four years ago'
On the morning that Zain Alabdin Ali, a young 23-year-old Syrian, left the makeshift house he shared with his parents and four brothers and sisters
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A tiny country town’s unlikely refugee success story
In the remote township of Nhill in western Victoria, Karen-Burmese refugees now make up 10 per cent per cent of the town’s population and 18 per

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