This conference will bring together sector innovators to highlight key achievements and develop strategies to build a positive multicultural future. Speakers will be drawn from the sector; people with lived settlement experience; academics; every tier of government; industry; and community service providers. The world has changed since the last SCoA conference in 2016. In that […]
Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
This picture book tells the tale of a group of stranded polar bears who are befriended by Lily at the beach, with an underlying message of acceptance, generosity and the way our community is made up by different cultures.
Outside the house one day Marina encounters Constance, a young refugee from Rwanda, and her toddler, Gabriel. Unmoored and devastated, they quickly come to depend on her.
The lives of five ordinary people living in Melbourne as they ponder how they got to this point in their lives and how they struggle to improve their situation.
Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre reads his own autobiography which is a story about doing what's right, protecting others, and finding hope and salvation through your own dark times.
A boat with five hundred Sri Lankan asylum seekers docks in Vancouver where the group are faced with allegations of terrorism and are forced to be detained and separated from their loved ones.
A Pakistani family who sought asylum in Australia share their story over a 3-course meal, providing an opportunity to ask the questions you've never had the chance to ask an asylum seeker.
Our book team has put together their recommendations for some of their favourite Aussie reads. Escape this Australia Day long weekend with a good book, from fiction and biographies to graphic novels and audiobooks.
Twenty first-hand accounts of life by people who are or have been in detained Australia's immigration detention, adding humanity to the debate for both sides.
The first book in a series of short story anthologies which revolve around the town of Refuge, an aptly-named haven for the unwanted and the unnecessary.
The annual Walk Together celebration of diversity will take place from 11am this coming Saturday 31 October in Adelaide and in 25 cities around Australia.
This powerful, ground-breaking Maltese film recalls the true story of a Maltese fishing family left stranded in open water when mistaken for asylum seekers.
A powerful piece about treating humans as less than animals, of stripping the human rights away from the most vulnerable, and of the people who relish doing it.