Welcome to the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce
Drawing on core Christian values and traditions, the Taskforce is committed to offering a strong Christian moral voice into what has become a heated and hostile public debate fuelled by divisive political rhetoric and constantly changing policies. Read the full story, Why Churches Care About Asylum Seekers.
Today, Baby Farus is 21 days old, having been born prematurely at 37.5 weeks in Brisbane.
The Australian Churches Refugee […]
UNHCR finds new policies since ‘PNG solution’ have made things worse for asylum seekers, who suffer inhumane treatment. Read […]
Building a New Life in Australia is a long-term research project about how humanitarian migrants settle into a new […]
‘Asylum seekers’, ‘illegal immigrants’ and entry without a visa: Australian Press Council
The legal status of people who have entered […]
MIGRATION STREAM BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
This document covers the Settlement Date(a) range from 1 October 2008 to […]
Taskforce Member, Baptist Minister Rev Meewon Yang (far right) at the foundation meeting of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce, together with Act For Peace refugee ambassadors and staff member Jeff Wild.
Taskforce Member Church Koonung Heights Uniting Church forum The Election Will Be Over. Our Concerns Will Remain. Photo of panel (L-R) John Ball, (Act for Peace); Barrister Jessie Taylor; and Misha Coleman (ACRT Executive Officer).
- Employment Pathways for Refugee Youth on December 2, 2013
- Unaccompanied Minors at the Crossroads. QUT and MFS Symposium on December 2, 2013 9:00 am
- Put out a Welcome Mat for Refugees on December 7, 2013 10:00 am
- Women in Work on February 1, 2014
Baptcare has forwarded the following statement (accompanied by a letter from our […]
This declaration draws upon principles and values of welcome shared across a […]