Our Refugee Myths and Facts information sheet in now available to use during Refugee Week. Click here to download (PDF 1.5 mb)
The Refugee Week 2019 poster is now available in PDF format. Click here to download the poster. (PDF 1.04 mb)
If your organisation would like to gain exposure to an audience of thousands of engaged and interested people who will be visiting the Refugee Week website and viewing Refugee Week promotional materials there is still time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Introducing our Refugee Week poster 2019 featuring Rnita Dacho and her mum Khochibo Warda. Rnita’s whole family came to Australia from Syria in 2015 via Lebanon. Rnita now works at the Refugee Council of Australia.
Planning is underway for Refugee Week 2019. This year we bring a fresh focus to celebrating our three- year theme #WithRefugees through ‘a world of stories’ from around the globe! Refugee Week provides an opportunity for the Australian public to celebrate the immense courage, resilience and valuable contributions made by refugees to Australian society. For many Australians Refugee Week provides an opportunity to meet a refugee for the first time. Storytelling provides a great way to do this. Every refugee…