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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.

#YearOfWelcome: October Action

My name is Deena and I’m writing to you from the Refugee Council of Australia. We’re now into month 10 of the Year of Welcome.  Thank you for coming along on the journey with us this far, despite the challenges that...

Bookings – Face to Face

How to book We are excited to announce that through growing support and interest, we have been able to expand our program and bring on more volunteers and speakers to be trained for the new year and going forward. Learn...

Federation Council

On September 5 2019, the Mayor and staff from Federation Council participated in a local Multicultural Workforce Forum. Hosted by the local Who is My Neighbour (WIMN) group, a group established to look at offering...

Shire of Mundaring

Shire of Mundaring is a local government area located on the eastern fringe of Perth approximately 35 kilometres from the CBD. The Noongar Aboriginal people were the first to arrive in the area and it is widely believed...

Clarence City Council

The City of Clarence is Tasmania’s second largest city, with a population of more than 55,000 people. Located in the south east of Tasmania and situated on the eastern shore of the Derwent River, the city is ideally...

Atra Tchikha – Face to Face Speaker

I arrived in Sydney, Australia in 2017, after years of moving and fearing for our future. The ongoing Syrian war and extremist radical groups forced my family and many other families from religious minorities to flee...