A fair, permanent, safe home for people seeking asylum here in our communities
The government is changing access to lifesaving support services that people waiting in asylum application process depend on. Together let’s make sure we maintain life saving support services for 12,000 people.
Fatemah, a 55-year old refugee mother with a serious heart condition, has been faced with a decision between urgent medical treatment and being with her son. Join us to #EvacuateNow and change the policy in 2018.
#RightTrack is a community-led movement of people having powerful conversations and taking local action to shift community attitudes and advocate for safety, fairness and freedom for people seeking asylum, resourced by the ASRC.
There are 410 men, women and children including 37 babies and 90 children, at risk of being sent back into the unsafe conditions of the detention centres in Manus Island and Nauru.
Recognising that voices of people with a lived experience of seeking asylum are often absent from the debate, this program trains young advocates to tell their own story.
The Youth Action Project (YAP) is a community of young people under 30 taking action to support the rights of people seeking asylum and refugees in our community.