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Refugee Council of Australia

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The Refugee Council of Australia is the meeting place for refugees, people seeking asylum and all those who work with and support them. We have a broad and diverse community stretching right across this land, which is reflected in this part of our website.

Cumberland Council

Cumberland Council, together with community groups and service providers, undertake a number of initiatives that welcome, support and celebrate refugees in the local community. This includes the delivery of the award...

Refugee Self-Representation

Are you from a refugee background and living in Australia? Are you interested in advocacy? Join our refugee community advocates list! The Refugee Council of Australia often hear about opportunities for advocacy. If you...

Penrith City Council

AREA PROFILE Just 55km west of Sydney’s CBD and covering 404km², Penrith City sits at the foot of the Blue Mountains and alongside the Nepean River. Penrith is home to over 200,000 people. We are a dynamic and growing...

City of Marion

  The City of Marion is located 10 km south of Adelaide in South Australia. It has a population of approximately 88,618 people and is showing healthy growth. This is due in part to overseas migration which welcomes...

How to become a Refugee Welcome Zone

Most Refugee Welcome Zones have been declared after an initial proposal by a community or church-based organisation that is subsequently supported by an approach from RCOA. If you would like your local Council or Shire...