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.
Baby Ferouz, who is six months old, should not be in detention. He was born in Brisbane’s Mater Hospital, […]
South Australians will unite on the steps of Adelaide’s Parliament House to share their concern towards the treatment of […]
The Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce’s Pre-Budget Policy Submission advocates for an urgent and comprehensive review […]
The Human Rights Law Centre have compiled the following document regarding Australia’s interception and […]
Brisbane. There is a military aspect to the Abbott government’s attack on asylum seekers who come by boat. It […]
Come along, bring your family and friends and stand in […]
St Matthews Anglican Church of Glenroy are holding an ecumenical Christian public Prayer Vigil for a more compassionate and humane […]
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Members of the Taskforce
Young university students with Misha Coleman. They are Tamils in a refugee camp in India, and they are fantastic.
Hazaran asylum seeker spreading joy to Melbourne residents on Black Harmony Day.
Staff at OfERR in Chennai, India, explaining their work to Taskforce EO. Part of their work is warning asylum seekers about people smuggling.
Taskforce Patron Bishop Phillip Huggins and EO Misha Coleman with Hazaran asylum seekers after Taskforce members gave evidence at the Senate hearings on proposed changes to the Complementary Protection Visa legislation.