• How Change Actually Happens

    How Change Actually Happens

    “The solution to injustice is not just charity, but to change the systems that cause that kind of need in the first place.” – Bella Week, Organising Manager at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (pictured above). Given the national scope and reach of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre as it currently stands in 2019, it

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  • International Women’s Day Celebration 2019

    International Women’s Day Celebration 2019

    ‘The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organisation but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.’ As everyone at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) prepares to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, these words by feminist, journalist and activist

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  • ASRC launches #RightTrack campaign in Sydney

    In August this year, the ASRC launched its #Right Track campaign in Sydney as part of a vital national engagement project that aims to change the community conversation around people seeking asylum and champion a fair and more humane approach. A launch event earlier that month signaled the opening of the ASRC’s first NSW office staffed by a

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  • Getting on the #RightTrack in 2017

    Getting on the #RightTrack in 2017

    The ASRC is hosting an event that introduces our #RightTrack campaign in 2017 and ways you can get involved, and help change attitudes about the rights of people seeking asylum.  Please join us for this important campaign event on Tuesday, 31 January from 6pm– 8pm to hear about our #RightTrack Campaign in 2017. Event details: Tuesday January

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  • Time to embrace the potential refugees offer Australia

    Time to embrace the potential refugees offer Australia

    Written by ASRC CEO and Founder, Kon Karapanagiotidis. Illustration: Michael Leunig My own story begins with my grandmother. When I think of her, I first think of her calloused hands. They carried a lifetime of struggle and grief and were heavy with sacrifice. But they were strong and resilient. My grandma survived as a refugee,

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