Guided by Justice and Compassion

  • Comment on Peter Dutton interview on The Project

    Comment on Peter Dutton interview on The Project

    The Immigration Minister has given thousands of asylum seekers an October deadline to apply for protection or face deportation.
    Mark Isaac‘s excellent commentary on the Dutton interview (The Project). saying it like it is… “This man purposefully obfuscates the facts, he purposefully lies to terrorise and demonise the most vulnerable. He talks of Christian values but his actions contradict the teachings of Jesus Christ. He is a despicable low-life.”

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  • Work of BMRSG   – Employment

    Work of BMRSG – Employment

    This is the first of a series of articles on the huge range of support work undertaken by BMRSG volunteers. Part 1 Employment. This is a major problem for those asylum seekers living in the community. This story has a great outcome.

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  • ChilOut Melts Hearts In The Blue Mountains

    ChilOut Melts Hearts In The Blue Mountains

    ChilOut Youth Ambassadors spoke to over 80 people at Blackheath Baptist Cafe Church on Sunday 30 October. They were joined by representatives of Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group. The ChilOut presenters were led by their Campaign Coordinator, Niru Palanivel, a Teacher and Human Rights Lawyer and two university student Ambassadors, both with a background ofRead more →

  • New pathways to employment

    New pathways to employment

    Nirary Dacho and Anna Robson have established a self-funded digital platform to connect skilled refugees with companies offering internships or traineeships.
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  • Get the facts about Peter Dutton’s comment ‘illiterate’ refugees taking jobs

    Get the facts about Peter Dutton’s comment ‘illiterate’ refugees taking jobs

    If you find yourself arguing about Peter Dutton’s comment ‘illiterate’ refugees taking jobs read more to get the facts. One of the best ways to refute his claims is to tell them of all the examples of those who came as refugees and are now very successful Australians.Read more →

  • Life on Nauru – From one who works there.

    Life on Nauru – From one who works there.

    First hand experience of life at the Nauru Detention Centre. Please forward this email to anyone you know personally who is in a position to influence public opinion and policy.
    A shocking but important read. Read more →