Many of you may have heard, or seen reports in the media, about the incident that took place at STARTTS last week, where two of our staff members were attacked outside our Carramar office. Everyone here was obviously very shocked and upset about the incident, and concerned for the welfare of their colleagues. The good news is that both women are now doing very well, and are set to make a full recovery.
The STARTTS Humanitarian Awards were presented at the Sydney Launch of Refugee Week 2017. A crowd of over 500 people were present at the Paddington Town Hall to
cheer on this years worthy recipients.
Lachlan Murdoch, Deputy CEO of STARTTS ,was delighted to present the awards, and was very pleased by the outstanding quality of nominees.
The Humanitarian Awards are held each year to acknowledge those who have made an outstanding positive contribution to supporting refugees in NSW.
The Humanitarian Awards also provide a chance to promote the hard work and achievements of both individuals and organisations in various fields that play a substantial role in improving the lives of refugees.
You can see the list of winners for the 2017 here.