These councils, organisations and individuals have shown their support for Community Sponsorship

Join the growing list of organisations, councils and individuals that are showing their support for a community-led solution for refugees that is fair, accessible and really works.

Local Councils

32 Councils around Australia have already passed motions in support of a fairer and more accessible refugee community sponsorship program


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Sporting Clubs

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COMMUNITY GROUPS & EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Ethnic Community Council of Victoria

Multicultural Development Australia – Queensland

Darebin Ethnic Community Council

Logan Refugee Association

Academy of Indian Music, Aust.

Townsville Intercultural Centre

Monash Friends of Vemasse

Camberwell Grammar School

Ethnic Community Council of Queensland

Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia Inc. (FECCA)

University of Adelaide Student Union

INDIVIDUALS

Ai Wei Wei – Contemporary artist

Tara Moss – Novelist, presenter & journalist

Craig Foster – SBS sports analyst & retired Australian soccer player

Damian Callinan – Comedian & actor

Julian Burnside – Australian barrister

David Manne – Human rights lawyer & migration agent

Prof. Munjed Al Muderis – Surgeon, NSW

Andrew Kaldor AM – Chair of Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law

Fr. Rod Bower

Sister Jane Keogh 

Archbishop Greaves

Tom Gleeson – Comedian and tv/radio personality

Cal Wilson – Comedian

+ 24,000 everyday Australians and counting

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More than 23,000 Australians have already signed the petition. Sign on now!

Organisations, councils and individuals can join the growing call for safer alternative pathways for people seeking safety to come to Australia.

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