Refugee Week

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Resource Kits

Dive into our resource kit and discover everything from Canva templates to a comprehensive how-to guide on organising your Refugee Week event.

Evaluation of Refugee Week 2023

Refugee Week is an important week where communities, schools, government agencies, businesses, organisations and individuals across Australia celebrate and welcome refugees. In 2023, celebrations were held from 18...

Official events

12-18 June 2024 – ‘Watandar, My Countryman’ Venue: The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne | SBS | Sharing Shed, Aldinga, SA Event write-up: When former Afghan Refugee and photographer, Muzafar Ali...

Refugee Week Poster

Promote your Refugee Week event with the official Refugee Week poster! You can download or see where you can pick up posters.

Evaluation of Refugee Week 2022

In 2022, Refugee Week was held from 19 – 25 June 2022. Due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Refugee Week was a hybrid celebration with both in-person and online events.Through the generous...

how we became refugees

when i was youngeri lived in a citadelbuilt on sacred earthoverlookingancient riversdijlah, foratfragrant and fertilewhere palm trees floatedupon clouds of molten goldone day, the world discovered and foughtover the...

2022 Refugee Week photographer Damon AMB

‘’Photography for me is the most powerful form of art that transforms the momentary lapse of being into eternal memories.” Damon arrived in Australia in 2013 seeking asylum. He was transferred and kept in two...

Face-to-Face: Schools & Community Program

Face-to-Face: Understanding Refugees The Face-to-Face program aims to build community harmony and increase awareness of and understanding about refugees through presentations to schools, community groups and...