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  • Stand with us

    Join our online community of compassionate supporters to stay informed on breaking news and ways you can take action and support refugees and people seeking asylum.
    Join now
  • Action for Afghanistan

    Sign the petition calling on the Government to ACT NOW to provide safe passage to those fleeing the Taliban. Read the open letter to the PM and add your name.
    Add your name
  • Support Independence

    To stay independent, we don't accept funding from the Federal Government. Instead, we are funded by you.

    Support independence
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  • People seeking asylum should have their human rights upheld and their voices heard.

    Your support can help amplify refugee voices and power the fight for justice and change the bad laws and policies that impact people seeking asylum.

    Learn more about how you can raise your voice for justice.

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    Dear Scott Morrison, almost twenty years ago, in November 2001, Australia was one of the first nations to join the US-led intervention in Afghanistan that removed the Taliban. Since the withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan commencing in 2014, the world has witnessed the Taliban forcibly take over the country – the Taliban have destroyed homes, displaced thousands of people and reintroduced draconian laws…

    Applications are open to volunteer with the ASRC. 

    In becoming a volunteer, you are joining a movement of supporters and advocates who strengthen the organisation while creating positive change for people seeking asylum.

    16 volunteer positions are available and open for applications until Wednesday, 22nd September.

    The ASRC’s Community, Advocacy & Power Program (CAPP) is a three-month intensive training program to equip people with lived experience of seeking asylum with the leadership skills necessary to become powerful advocates for the refugee community within the media and Australian communities.

    In the second half of 2021 the ASRC will work with partners to train leaders in Hobart and Sydney. If you’re a person with lived experience of seeking asylum, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

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