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Australian Lawyer Nyadol Nyuon to address 2018 Refugee Ball

  • September 10, 2018
Australian Lawyer Nyadol Nyuon To Address 2018 Refugee Ball

It is our great pleasure to announce, Melbourne-based Australian lawyer and community advocate, Nyadol Nyuon as our distinguished keynote speaker for the upcoming 10th anniversary Refugee Ball and Fundraiser on Friday 26 October, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Sydney. Nyadol is a commercial…

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A Big Day Out at Shrek the Musical Premiere

  • February 5, 2018
A Big Day Out At Shrek The Musical Premiere

This month, newly arrived Syrian and Iraqi refugees from Liverpool Public School, Cabramatta High School, Bankstown College and our Early Childhood Program had the time of their lives at the Australian premiere of Shrek the Musical! Our warmest thanks to Packemin Productions for donating…

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IT STARTTS HERE: ‘There’s a need for peace-building in Australia’

  • January 18, 2018
IT STARTTS HERE: ‘There’s A Need For Peace-building In Australia’

Emmanuel Kondok, of Fairfield, is working very hard to foster peace-building skills among Australian South Sudanese youth. Including running a workshop at the weekend in the Megalong Valley in the Blue Mountains where he taught the group of mostly younger people how to address racial vilification…

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