Guided by Justice and Compassion

  • Who We Are

    A group of concerned Australians living in a regional area outside Sydney

  • Our Aims & Objectives

    To encourage positive attitudes to refugees in the community and at all levels of government.
    To welcome, befriend and assist refugees facing uncertain futures, in detention and in the community.

  • What We Offer

    Practical, emotional and financial assistance for refugees and to encourage positive attitudes to refugees in the community and at all levels of government

Latest News

  • PNG Opposition Plans Legal Challenge To Manus Refugee Center

    Namah seeks return of detainees to Australia PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (The National, Jan. 7, 2013) – Opposition leader Belden Namah, questioning the constitutionality of the asylum seekers’ detention scheme on Manus Island, says he has instructed his lawyers to seek a court order to return the detainees to Australia. He said he hadRead more

  • Asylum seekers: Expelled from Pakistan with no choice

    Last time I interviewed a political figure, who also happens to be a religious leader, about why many Pakistanis are seeking asylum in foreign countries and what prompts them to resort to such desperate measures, I was told that most of them instigate violence themselves and ignite the fury of others so that they canRead more

  • Asylum-seeker takes his life

    A TAMIL asylum-seeker suffering mental health problems and living in Perth on a bridging visa has taken his life on the third attempt. The 31-year-old man, whose name has not been released, was married and was the father of a four-year-old girl. His wife and daughter are still living in his fishing village of Udappuwa,Read more

  • Ranjiny’s baby will be born into a life in detention

    Last week I visited Villawood Residential Housing – a detention facility for families in immigration detention. Officially I was there on behalf of ChilOut, but unofficially I was there as a friend of Ranjiny, a pregnant mother of two who will give birth on January 6. Ranjiny and her two children had been assessed asRead more

  • Life on Manus Island: disease, heat, suffering

    THE first pictures have emerged of daily life on Manus Island, taken from the camp and sent to refugee activists on the mainland. The Department of Immigration has previously released stock photographs of the island’s processing camp, but since asylum seekers began to arrive on the island in November, the media have been unable toRead more

  • End Child Detention

    Multiply your impact Turn your signature into dozens more by sharing this petition and recruiting people you know to sign. To sign click here “I got one small bowl of food a day. We were never allowed to go outside. In the night I had to give massages to some of the men.” says aRead more