Migrants in transition

Hear the stories of migrants and refugees seeking safety and making a new home in Australia, and our teams who support them on their journey.

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (30 July 2022), let’s raise awareness that millions of men, women, and children around the world every day are subject to trafficking and slavery.

National Refugee Week: 10 Things You Can Do

This National Refugee Week (19-25 June 2022), here are ten simple and practical things you can do to be a champion for building an inclusive and welcoming Australia.

With an open heart, and open arms

Assadullah Khurrami from Australian Red Cross shares how open arms and open hearts can help enrich the diversity of Australian communities.

National Refugee Week 2022

We're recognising and celebrating the stories, resilience, and strength of people seeking asylum and refugees and their contributions to our local communities.

The right recipe for a safe and warm welcome for new refugees

After fleeing conflict in Congo, Jojo and Namarke both started a new life in Albury. Now together they run a business that gives back to other refugees.

How forcible separation affects people living in Australia

Sleep, concentration, the ability to work or settle into new lives. Separation from loved ones has profound impacts.

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

Listening to and learning from survivors of human trafficking.

Riding towards friends and belonging in a new country

A program that provides bikes to recently-arrived refugee families is helping children find friendship, connection and balance in their new homes.

Being a refugee is about courage

“Being a refugee is not something shameful. In fact, it’s an honour to have survived and made it through,” says former refugee and Australian Red Cross support worker Mohammad Almadi.

A fresh start in a new home

It’s a phone call Elie and his family waited years for. They waited so long that when it finally came, Elie couldn’t believe it. His mum screamed “Elie, it’s happening!” They were going to a new home – Australia.

Working on the frontline to end human trafficking

Modern slavery happens in Australia. Meet the people behind the scenes dedicated to supporting people who have been trafficked. 30 July 2020 We have supported over 440 people affected by slavery, forced marriage and trafficking over the last ten years.

The power of a helping hand

Food in your stomach, a roof over your head, a doctor when you are sick – these are things everyone deserves.

The power of a helping hand

Food in your stomach, a roof over your head, a doctor when you are sick – these are things everyone deserves.

Kindness goes a long way

Sayed’s hope carried him from Afghanistan to Australia. A little kindness helped him start his life here. Sayed felt the boat shudder to a halt the second night into the journey. Everyone had felt it, and he knew immediately: the sole remaining engine had broken.

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