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Refugee Week 2017 launch in Sydney

Our members

We support our members in their work, by hosting and participating in networks and member events, and by raising issues of common concern through our research and advocacy.

RCAN speaker

Refugee communities

We support people from refugee communities to do their own advocacy, through our regular work and in collaboration with the Refugee Communities Advocacy Network.

People holding up scroll of Refugee Welcome Zones

Local government

Our initiative, Refugee Welcome Zones, helps councils to welcome refugees.

Face to Face presenters in front of screen

Schools

We run the Face to Face program, which sends people from refugee background to educate students in schools about refugee issues.

Participants in front of Powerpoint slide on discussion points

Universities and education providers

We help run the Refugee Education Special Interest Group, which connects people interested in supporting refugees in education across the country.

Professor Munjed speaking at the Refugee Alternatives conference with UNSW

Researchers

We collaborate with researchers to inform their research and to promote their work.

get involved

The Refugee Council of Australia is small, not-for-profit organisation and relies on public financial support
to continue its vital work in research, education and advocacy. Donations to the RCOA are tax-deductible.

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