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  • Join us for this year’s Feast for Freedom. Celebrate the culture, cuisines and stories of this year’s Feast for Freedom cooks Aheda and Niro. Host a Feast in your home or workplace using recipes gifted to you by refugees to raise funds to support people seeking asylum.  

    Join us for this year’s Feast for Freedom. Celebrate the culture, cuisines and stories of this year’s Feast for Freedom cooks Aheda and Niro. Host a Feast in your home or workplace using recipes gifted to you by refugees to raise funds to support people seeking asylum.  

  • 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.
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  • #TimeForAHome

    The Government must immediately release people seeking asylum and refugees in detention and commit to a pathway for their resettlement by World Refugee Day, June 2021.
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  • Support Independence

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  • Food is something that has the power to bring people together – and that’s the real power of Feast for Freedom too.

    At its core, Feast is a coming together of community to celebrate the food, culture and stories of refugees who have sought safety in Australia while helping to raise funds that support people seeking asylum. 

    The ASRC is committed to demonstrating our accountability to the community who support our work. 

    Our annual reports provide regular and transparent reporting on our relief and advocacy activities, as well as our operations, our financial position and performance, and our progress towards…

    The recent release of more than 60 people transferred from Manus and Nauru for medical treatment from detention facilities in Australia into the community has been an important step in the right direction, however, the support provided to these men and women (and those released in the future) is only short-term and will soon end.

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      • 03 MAR 21
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      ‘Cooking with love’ by Aheda

      ‘Cooking with love’ by Aheda

      “I have two secrets for cooking. The first, is not my secret but my country’s secret: ‘cook with your hands’. The second secret is love. You need to put some love in your cooking!” _ “I‘ve been cooking my whole life. In Palestine I was a chef and I ran a catering business. All my

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      • 01 MAR 21
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      The ASRC’s Preventing Homelessness Fund (for people released from detention)

      The ASRC’s Preventing Homelessness Fund (for people released from detention)

      The recent release of more than 60 people transferred from Manus and Nauru for medical treatment from detention facilities in Australia into the community has been an important step in the right direction, however, the support provided to these men and women (and those released in the future) is only short-term and will soon end.

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      • 23 FEB 21
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      Feast for Freedom 2021:  26th – 28th March

      Feast for Freedom 2021: 26th – 28th March

      Food is something that has the power to bring people together – and that’s the real power of Feast for Freedom too. At its core, Feast is a coming together of community to celebrate the food, culture and stories of refugees who have sought safety in Australia while helping to raise funds that support people

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      • 26 JAN 21
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      Australia Day

      Australia Day

      As one of  Australia’s largest human rights organisation, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) has and always will, stand for an inclusive and just Australia for all.  We recognise that for First Nations People, the 26th of January is a day of sorrow, not celebration, as it marks the beginning of the dispossession of Aboriginal

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