Celebrating the positive impact of access to free TAFE courses for refugees and people seeking asylum.
After more than two years of high-intensity war, the people of Yemen are now facing another battle – a huge cholera outbreak that has affected more than 800,000 people.
October 21-22 weekend, the Bahá’í community celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of their Prophet and Founder, Bahá’u’lláh.
New developments have increased pressure on the Berejiklian government to act decisively on rental affordability and security.
Mentally ill and suicidal people are being forced to endure or re-enter detention, against medical advice, at the directive of the government.
The Give Hope team is calling for urgent support for people seeking asylum facing destitution, homelessness and the forcible return to detention.
“If our policies had been health-oriented, our son’s life could have been saved.”
All levels of government have responsibilites to act.
I’m in the West Bank as part of a World Council of Churches program, to provide protective presence and monitor human rights.
Nadine Carrick pays 70 per cent of her income on rent – and her story is by no means unusual in Sydney’s crisis of unaffordable housing.
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