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Time for a home

Today, there are still 290 people held against their will in Papua New Guinea and Nauru.

After 7 long years of toxic politics, it’s time the Government frees these women, men and children, and quickly resettles them into our community, so they can be safe and have a permanent home in which to rebuild their lives.

The Government has deliberately and cruelly left behind people seeking asylum and refugees in the 2020 Budget. They are facing extreme poverty and homelessness, making it harder for some to practice safety measures such as staying at home.

Call Acting Minister for Immigration Alan Tudge today to ask him to release people seeking asylum from detention so they can be safe.



RightTrack is a community-led grassroots movement of people focused on refugee justice. We are having powerful conversations and taking local action to shift community attitudes for people seeking asylum.


Refugees in detention: COVID-19 FAQs

There are approximately 1,400 people being held within detention facilities across Australia and around 200 people held in Alternative Places of Detention (APODs).

What are the risks of COVID-19 to refugees in detention centres?

Breakthrough Conversations is a groundbreaking new project that trains people with research-based messaging principles and proven conversational tools on how to change the hearts and minds of people who are conflicted about asylum policy.

A digital space that puts lived experience front and centre. Articles, art and multimedia produced wholly by people from refugee backgrounds. 

Celebrate our voice for freedom!

The ASRC is looking for the next generation of leaders with lived experience of seeking asylum to take part in the Community, Advocacy and Power Program 2020. Get equipped with the leadership skills necessary to become a powerful advocate for the refugee community.