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NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors

STARTTS star shines at award night

STARTTS is proud to  congratulate our staff member on her nomination for  the 2016 Tony Fitzgerald Memorial Community Individual Award...read more
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Statement regarding people transferred by Australia to Papua New Guinea & Nauru -September 2016

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.

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Statement regarding the settlement of refugees in Australia

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…

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TechFugees Hackathon supports newly arrived refugees

Refugees and asylum seekers can soon expect to benefit from a smart phone app that helps to create goals and achievement pathways, thanks to the joint efforts of developers, refugees and the start-up community at the first TechFugees Australia Hackathon.…

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