Category Archives: Words from refugees

“Home” by Warsan Shire

Home i want to go home, but home is the mouth of a shark home is the barrel of the gun and no one would leave home unless home chased you to the shore unless home told you to quicken … Continue reading

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Behind The News: Introducing kids to the world of News.

Behind The News: Introducing kids to the world of News. Thousands of refugees have fled Syria over the past year. Some of them have come to Australia. So next we’re going to take a look at what a refugee actually … Continue reading

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“Home” by Warsan Shire

no one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark you only run for the border when you see the whole city running as well your neighbors running faster than you breath bloody in their throats the boy … Continue reading

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Asylum Seekers and Refugees: The Journey, the Challenges, and the Adjustment After Trauma

Presentation/Seminar Presenter(s): Associate Professor Nigar Khawaja MAPS MCCLP , Professor Nicholas Procter, and Mr Damien McInerney MAPS MCCLP Psychology Week is a national week of awareness and celebration of the profession of psychology, and the range of work undertaken by … Continue reading

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Bound for South Australia

Bound for South Australia – Asylum Seeker Street Art Project from Peter Drew on Vimeo. Bound for South Australia – Asylum Seeker Street Art Project The Story of Ali, a young man who fled violence in Afghanistan and Pakistan to … Continue reading

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A letter from an asylum seeker in the Australian government’s Manus Island detention camp – 06/05/2014

Dear xxx. hi In manus camps, at the moment we all face many problems. The gym equipments are very few and poor. The medical has a very poor condition too. When a sick asylum seeker goes to the medical,some doctors … Continue reading

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