Petitions you can sign to advance the rights of refugees.

Income Safety Net

Sample social media posts for #Nobody Left Behind & RCOA research report December 2020 Refugee Council of Australia has released new report RCOA data summary   revealing the shocking increase of homelessness and hunger amongst people seeking asylum in Australia.  Listen to coverage on RN’s breakfast show here: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/asylum-seekers-left-behind-in-covid-recovery/12996902 .  Email senator.ruston@aph.gov.au to ask her to provide basic income support for people seeking asylum, today – this is the easy and affordable fix.  Phone: 1300 857 022  #NobodyLeftBehind ———— “Can you believe that in Australia right now, children are…

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#Time For A Home #Free the Refugees

A campaign for the Release of refugees from detention and their safe resettlement  Info about the campaign:   https://www.timeforahome.com.au/ Sign and share the Petition  #Time For A Home #Free the Refugees     Suggestions for actions and activities, including suggestions for social media  Background information on the issues    Suggestions for letter writing and lobbying  Seeking ambassadors for the campaign   It’s Time for Us to Come Together to End Detention: #Time For A Home! After 7 long years of toxic politics and punitive policies hundreds of people…

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Petition to protest the indefinite detention of Ranjini and her children

Ranjini and her two children aged 6 and 8 have been taken by the Australian government and placed in ‘indefinite detention’, without charge, without trial, without appeal. Please find the link to the GetUp! petition which will be delivered to Attorney-General Nicola Roxon and Immigration Minister Chris Bowen demanding to ensure no person in Australia should be held indefinetely without charge, trial or appeal. We urge all our members to sign this appeal and pass it on to family and…

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Sign the petition to end mandatory detention

Act For Peace are calling for people to sign their petition to end mandatory detention.  Click on the link below to add your voice. Petition to end mandatory detention World Wide Statistics (UNHCR, 2008): • There are an estimated 15.2 million refugees, 26 million IDPs and 827,000 asylum seekers waiting to be processed, worldwide. 6.6 million people are considered stateless; that is, they have no country that recognises them as citizens. The UN refers to these people as ‘people of…

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A letter from the Catholic Bishop Conference of Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands asking for the refugees on Manus and Nauru to be resettled in Australia as the indefinite detention of asylum seekers is both unjustifiable and unacceptable.... ... See MoreSee Less
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