The Margaret River Amnesty International will hold an event exploring the rights of refugees with stories from guest speaker Peter Gianoli, Manager of the Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Detainees (CARAD).

CARAD has been an active campaigner for positive change and social justice in the Australian Government’s refugee determination conditions and process. CARAD has assisted over 5500 refugees and asylum seekers in Western Australia with services such as settlement support, advocacy, referral, emergency and financial aid, accommodation, English lessons and education support.

Peter will share the stories of asylum seekers and refugees who have been released from detention in Perth. As a front line refugee case worker, Peter has a wealth of knowledge about the impact of our government’s border protection policy and its effect on refugees seeking asylum.

Join us at 6:00pm on Wednesday the 9th of November at the Margaret River Community Resource Centre, to hear this insightful and interesting conversation, and learn more out how we can protect and promote the rights of refugees.


Margaret River Community Resource Centre

33 Tunbridge St, Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia


November 9, 2016

6:00 pm

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