A coalition of Victorian groups campaigning for rights for refugees in Australia
Palm Sunday Walk for Justice

Palm Sunday 2016: Walk for Justice for Refugees. March 20, 2016

Palm Sunday 2016 Poster Download Palm Sunday Leaflet Download Pick up points for Palm Sunday materials 2016 (For those who want to collect posters and fliers. ) 2.00pm, 20/3/16. State Library cnr Swanston and Latrobe street. Speakers for the Melbourne event include: Daniel Webb – Human Rights Law Centre (State Library) Nazir Yousafi – Refugee & President Victorian Afghan Associations Network (State Library) Senator Sarah Hanson Young – Australian Greens (State Library) Interfaith Panel: Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black – The Leo…

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World Refugee Day – Sunday 21 June @2pm at City Square, Melbourne

On Sunday 21 June in the Melbourne CBD there will be a series of Pop-Up Protests and a Finale program protesting Australia’s treatment of refugees and asylum seekers.    Join us  to call on our politicians to STOP THE CRUELTY, and to protect, not punish refugees.       The main event is at 2pm in the City Square – the Finale program of speakers, performance and music, includes Corinne Grant, Rod Quantock, L-FRESH, Les Thomas and other musicians.  Bring a placard or banner – Stand Up…

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URGENT ACTION – Desperation on Manus Island – contact your MP

Once more we are hearing reports of self harming and desperation amongst the asylum seekers held in detention on Manus Island in PNG. It is almost 12 months since the violence directed at the detainess by locals and staff, which left Reza Berati dead, and several other men seriously injured.  There are over 1000 men held on Manus Island, who are anxious about their future, fearing for their safety if they are ‘resettled’ in PNG, and fearful of being deported to…

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Indi RAR contingent which included people from local groups in Manfield, Benalla, Wangaratta, Yackandandah and region for Palm Sunday #justice4refugees #gameover ...
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Walk for Justice at Ballarat on Palm Sunday #justice4refugees #gameover ...
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