World Refugee Day … there’s always something you can do

Tomorrow – Wed 20 June – is WORLD REFUGEE DAY. A day for people across the globe to recognise the plight of the billions of human beings who find themselves stateless, homeless, and powerless.   It is a day to remember that anyone of us could have found ourselves in the same position were fate …

What YOU can do …

You can Email Empathy. You can contact MPs and Senators regarding specific incidents and tragedies. (Just accessing our pages and posts will facilitate that). But there are ALWAYS more things that can be done online, at home or even in your workplace or school. You can … 1. Connect with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) where …

More cruelty from Aus Govt – up to 7000 people to have vital support cut

From June, a significant number of people living in the Australia community while they wait (many of them, for more than 5 years) for the government to make a decision on their application for protection/asylum will have support services cut. Status resolution support services (SRSS) provide a living allowance – usually 89% of Newstart allowance, or $247 …

ANOTHER PRISON – Update on Manus Refugees

To read more on why Australia's treatment of asylum seekers is a "catastrophe of conscious and political creation" with the 'saving drownings' myth exposed, click here        AND For detail on the recent revelations that the Australian government used increasingly more harsh measures to drive refugees and asylum seekers from the detention centre KNOWING the 'possibility of “extreme” outcomes', information …

SAVE THE MEN ON MANUS

The New York Times and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre have just visited the men on Manus Island. Click on the logos below to read/see what they're reporting …   So when you see phrases like … There is a medical emergency on Manus … Men will die if they don’t get medical treatment, urgently …