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    Stay informed on breaking news, ways you can take action, how to get involved with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and support refugees and people seeking asylum.
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  • Home is Here

    Nearly 10,000 people who came for safety a decade ago are being denied a clear path to the permanence they need to rebuild their lives. After a decade, their home is here.
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  • Support Independence

    To stay independent, we don't accept funding from the Federal Government. Instead, we are funded by you.
    Support independence and support the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
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  • Featured Stories

    People seeking asylum want to work, study and rebuild their lives in safety, but the government continues to deprive many of them of their human rights.

    This winter your donation can be the hand up young refugees and their families need to rebuild their lives in safety by providing them with healthcare, food, legal aid and other essential services.

    Now you can place your ASRC Catering order directly from our website. It’s as easy as 1–2–3:
    1. Browse our range of mouth-watering canapés, wraps, sweets, mains and more.
    2. Make your selection by clicking ADD TO CART.
    3. Proceed to checkout.
    We’ll take care of the rest to ensure the food at your next gathering is memorable for all the right reasons.

    The Albanese Labor Government is rushing through knee-jerk legislation that criminalises refugees. If this bill gets through the Senate and becomes law, it could lead to refugees being banned entry to Australia or forced to return to countries where they face persecution or even death.

    Please urgently email your Senators, and let them know that you don’t support the entry ban and deportation bill.

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      • 21 JUN 24
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      That’s a wrap | World Refugee Day Telethon 2024

      That’s a wrap | World Refugee Day Telethon 2024

      Another World Refugee Day Telethon, powered by the ASRC has come to an end. What a special day it was and the rollercoaster of emotions following the tally until the last minute. The ASRC team snapped the last picture holding the cheque and turned off the live stream, thinking we were short just under the

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      • 13 JUN 24
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      Meet Parisa | ASRC Telethon Hero 2024

      Meet Parisa | ASRC Telethon Hero 2024

      “I was born in Afghanistan in the first era of Taliban,” Parisa says. “I opened my eyes in a country where being a girl was a crime, where I had no rights.” Parisa’s mother, a highly educated and independent woman, had been forced to abandon her career under the first Taliban regime. When the democratic

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      • 13 JUN 24
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      Meet Mursal | ASRC Telethon Hero 2024

      Meet Mursal | ASRC Telethon Hero 2024

      Mursal Sadat is one of the Afghanistan Women’s National Soccer team players who came to Australia during the country’s evacuation in 2021. Raised in Kabul, Mursal was living a “normal life as a young girl in Afghanistan” when she started playing soccer for the nationals in 2017.  “The aim of playing soccer was advocacy for

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      • 05 JUN 24
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      This young woman is fighting for her family. You can help her too.

      This young woman is fighting for her family. You can help her too.

      For 20-year-old Aaliyah*, Australia is the only home she truly knows. Aaliyah’s family sought safety in Australia from Myanmar when she was 10 years old. Now, nearly a decade later, her mother is still without a protection visa, forcing the family to live in a constant state of uncertainty. After fleeing conflict and persecution, Aaliyiah’s

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