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Our goal is to advance the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia.

Join our campaign to challenge Australian government policy and legislation that violates the human rights of refugees and people seeking asylum. 

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Solidarity protest: Free ALL the Medevac refugees

Friday, April 30, 2021

Songs of Working Life Fundraiser

Saturday, May 1, 2021

RAC Meeting

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The Sunday Bests & A Country Practice LIVE 4 Refugees

Saturday, May 29, 2021

We acknowledge the Turrbal and Jagera People as the First Peoples and the owners and custodians of the land and waterways where we live.

 

We acknowledge and pay our respects to ancestors of this country, Elders, knowledge holders and leaders – past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.


Aboriginal Leaders and Elders have often stood with RAC Qld for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers and have lead the way in welcoming refugees and asylum seekers.


First Peoples have fought against racism and violence at the hands of Australian governments and have highlighted the implications for everyone, when human rights abuses go unchecked.


Systems of violence, injustice and oppression harm us all. Achieving justice for refugees goes hand-in-hand with the struggle for real justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


We call on all refugee rights supporters to join the Refugee Action Collective (Qld) as we stands alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in their ongoing struggle for justice.

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Justice

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PNG Refugee Families Covid Lockdown Appe

In March 2021, PNG went into lockdown to mitigate the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak. There are still more than 100 refugees stranded by Australian immigration policy in PNG, some of whom have families and children. There isn't enough money for refugees with families to support, and parents are foregoing food so their kids can eat. Can you pitch in to make sure that people who have been stranded by the Australian immigration department on PNG are not forced to endure starvation during the lockdown?

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