REFUGEE WEEK 2019

REFUGEE WEEK 2018-REFUGEE AND ASYLUM SEEKER RECOGNITION AWARDS 2018

The Refugee and Asylum Seekers Recognition Awards (RASRA) recognises individuals from a refugee and asylum seeker background for their outstanding contribution to the Australian community. It also recognises the volunteers who have contributed significantly to the advancement of refugee resettlement and the betterment of refugees’ lives in Australia. The RASR Awards also mark and form part of the celebrations for Refugee Week (16-22 June 2019) – Australia’s peak annual activity to inform the public on refugee issues. Recipients are recognised at an Awards Ceremony held during the Refugee Week.

Do you know a refugee or person seeking asylum worthy of recognition for their contribution to the Australian society?

Do you know a volunteer who has contributed significantly to the advancement of refugee resettlement and the betterment of refugees lives in Australia?

Please nominate them for the RASR Awards 2019.
Click on this link to download the nomination forms RASRA-2019-nomination-and-info

Click on this link to download the invitation RASRA2019-Invitation.

Applications close May 20th 2019 so please nominate ASAP!

This is a invite only event. RSVP to the event at  https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/refugee-asylum-seeker-recognition-awards-iamwithyou-campaign-tickets-25712421545

STAND WITH REFUGEES #IAMWITHYOU MOVEMENT

The #IamWithYou movement which was launched on the World Refugee Day 2016 reaches out to all Australians to show that we are a humane society that welcomes and cherishes the contribution of all refugees and people seeking asylum. To add your voice to the rising tide of people asking for a better treatment of people seeking protection please visit www.iamwithyou.org.au  

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YOUR VOICES OF SUPPORT

www.iamwithyou.org.au
Hi, I’m Brian from Lake Illawarra and I believe we are the most blessed country in the world and as such we have a responsibility to look after the most vulnerable people in the world. What we are currently doing to people who have come to us for help is dehumanising to both them and us. It needs to stop now. We have to find a better way.
Brian Pember
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