STARTTS is proud to congratulate our staff member on her nomination for the 2016 Tony Fitzgerald Memorial Community Individual Award.
STARTTS is concerned about the arrest, detention and trial of Professor Sebnem Fincanci, president of the Human Rights Foundation Turkey, and as a member supports the call by the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT) for the government of…
STARTTS fully supports the call by Paris Aristotle, CEO of The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture , for a swift and humane settlement policy for asylum seekers transferred to Papua New Guinea and Nauru.
STARTTS stands with Mr Aristotle in his calls for the government to act to restore hope and to act in the best interest of those living with uncertainly and hopelessness.
Camp Highlights: Adventure Park, Swimming, Games, Sport, Art !
Every camper’s imagination took off at STARTTS youth camps! Each session, campers experience something new through exciting activities !
The Encounter brings together the young participants of Project Bantu (a socio-cultural project for Refugee youth) with other practitioners of Capoeira Angola from different countries such as New Zealand, Japan, the Philippines, and Italy.
Paris Aristotle AM, CEO of the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture, recently released a statement about the settlement of refugees in Australia. It highlighted the substantial economic and social contribution people from refugee backgrounds have made to Australia. In…