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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.

Face to Face goes digital!

Live presentations from refugee speakers now on online platforms Since 2014, the Refugee Council of Australia has been bringing refugee speakers to schools in the greater Sydney and Melbourne regions to share their...

City of Subiaco

About the City of Subiaco The City of Subiaco is proud to have been a Refugee Welcome Zone since 2002. The City of Subiaco is located immediately west of the City of Perth, about 3 kilometres from the Perth GPO. Our...

Face-to-Face Speakers Bureau

The Face to Face/Refugee Speakers Bureau is a unique series of facilitated, interactive sessions held in organisations, where refugee speakers share their personal, powerful stories. The program raises awareness...

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...

Face to Face expands its training program

The Face to Face project is expanding its partnership with JRS and House of Welcome to run a series of speaker training programs targeting people seeking Asylum. The speaker training program will be focusing on building...

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...