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January 08
SBS French Radio

De nouveaux outils et un site pour faciliter la réhabilitation des survivants de la torture et des traumatismes.
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December 21
SBS Assyrian Radio

New website for learning about Trauma healing.
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December 9
ABC News

Calls for tailored mental health support for migrant and refugee children as traumatic memories of racism endure.
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November 29
Newcastle Herald

The community program helping young migrants and refugees learn to navigate Newcastle’s iconic beaches.
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September 06
SBS News

Weeks after the Beirut blast, Lebanese Civil War survivors in Australia remain retraumatised.
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July 6
Fairfield City Champion

Sam uses ‘scars’ to help empower others.
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June 29
Fairfield City Champion

Awards acknowledge the ‘best of humanity in action’.
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July 23
Fairfield City Champion

Edensor Park resident Lucy Marin receives Medal of the Order of Australia.
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June 22
SBS Arabic Radio

NSW Humanitarian Awards.
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June 22
AJP.Com.Au

A ‘Tireless’ Campaigner For Refugee Rights.
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June 11
SBS Spanish Radio

España enjuicia a coronel salvadoreño por asesinato en 1989 de jesuitas, uno de ellos conectado a Australia.
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June 10
SBS Spanish Radio

Lucy Marín galardonada con la Medalla de la Orden de Australia por una vida dedicada a sobrevivientes de torturas y trauma.
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June 7
SBS News

After fleeing her own homeland, this woman dedicated her life to supporting Australia’s refugees.
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June 5
SBS Radio

What mental health services in your language are available in Australia?.
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May 14
ABC News

The coronavirus surveillance that’s triggering memories for Sydney’s Uyghur community.
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April 29
SBS Spanish Radio

Estados autoritarios estarían usando lucha contra COVID-19 como pretexto para reprimir.
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April 28
SBS Insight

Cooped Up Families Episode 13.
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April 23
Agencia EFE

Aroche: Con la COVID-19 debemos aprender más sobre el estrés postraumático.
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April 4
SBS Assyrian Radio

Home isolation and mental health.
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Jorge Aroche ABC News The World 24 Interview: Hakeem al-Araibi

October 3
SBS Spanish

‘UN human rights chief must address Manus, Nauru during Australian visit,’ psychologist says.
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September 23
Fairfield City Champion

The Uyghur community finds life.
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September 13
SBS Arabic

SBS Arabic: Coverage from the 2019 CiCT Forum – Bita Jayzan interview.
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January 10
Blue Mountain Gazette

Blue Mountains donation helps torture survivor in long road to recovery.
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August 5
ABC Radio National – All in the Mind

The Mental Health of Refugees – with Mirjana Askovic.
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July 22
SBS World News: Africa

After Mugabe, what do local Zimbabweans want from July election?.
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July 17
Fairfield Champion

Tango connects Refugee Women.
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July 13
Bay FM: North Coast Positive

Sekai Holland interview with Nyck Jeanes.
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June 28
ABC News The World

Former Zimbabwean senator says country cannot ‘sit back’ and expect government to lead.
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June 27
Canterbury Bankstown Torch Newspaper

The Mental Health of Refugees – with Mirjana Askovic.
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June 26
ABC Radio National Breakfast

Zimbabwe’s fearless lady on torture and reconciliation.
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June 26
SBS Kurdish

Supporting Life After Torture – Jorge Aroche and Hassan Saleh.
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June 25
ABC Radio National, Late Night Live

Sekai Holland: Recovery from Torture.
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June 21
Fairfield Champion

Joseph Tawadros visits Bossley Park High School.
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June 14
SBS The Feed – With Marc Fennell

Torture Therapy: Giving Survivors Their Lives Back.

June 10
ABC Radio National – God Forbid

Does good spiritual health equal good mental health? – with Nooria Mehraby.
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The Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma has released a statement on the report of the Australian Human Rights Commission, The Forgotten Children: National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention

December 18
2SER Radio – ‘Thursday Overdrive’

STARTTS Public Affairs Coordinator Richard Walker speaks to Thursday Overdrive about the ‘Let it Be’ choir concert at Riverside Theatre.

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October 18
ABC Radio National – ‘Into The Music’

The fantastic ‘Choir of Love’, made up of members from the Assyrian, Chaldean and Syriac communities from Iraq, sing and play beautiful traditional spiritual music. It is also a place for trauma survivors to heal through musical expression. The Choir, and STARTTS, were recently featured on Radio National’s music program.

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October 15
The Point magazine 

A network of Sudanese-Australians has received the green light from NSW Corrective Services to run a voluntary prison support program for inmates in their community so they can adjust to life outside jail upon their release. STARTTS’ David Ajang is volunteering for the project.

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July 26
The Weekend Australian Magazine

STARTTS’ cutting edge work in Neurofeedback has been featured in the Weekend Australian, in an article focusing on one of our past clients and our Senior Neurofeedback Clinician Mirjana Askovic.

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November 30
The Sydney Magazine

Former STARTTS counsellor, Humanitarian Award winner and entrepreneur Deeqo Omar named as one of Sydney’s 100 most influential people.

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November 8
Catalyst, ABC TV

Catalyst program focusing on torture and STARTTS’ Neurofeedback program for torture survivors.

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November 3, 2012
Sydney Morning Herald

Profile of 2012 Sydney Peace Prize winner and STARTTS supporter Sekai Holland.

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August 24, 2012
Sydney Morning Herald

‘A little care for refugees goes a long way’ – a feature about Amazing Family Day Care, started by STARTTS Humanitarian Award winner Deeqo Omar.

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July 27, 2012
Sydney Morning Herald

‘Burmese refugees find new hope and work in the west’ – with the support of STARTTS.

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