Issues In Australian Society: Asylum Seekers

  • Stepping Out
    This pdf provides you with a guide to reading/viewing each resource and what you can do to learn from each one.
    Stepping Out
    STEP : article

    mentormob.com

  • Asylum Seekers In Australia - What Kind Of Nation?
    This is a short documentary about the need for greater compassion in Australia towards asylum seekers.
    Asylum Seekers In Australia - What Kind Of Nation?
    STEP : video

    youtube.com

  • Refugee Council Of Australia
    The Refugee Council of Australia is a non-profit peak organisation. Providing information about and on the advocacy for refugees and humanitarian entrants in Australia on behalf of its 90 organisational members and many individual members
    Refugee Council Of Australia
    STEP : article

    refugeecouncil.org.au

  • What Is A Refugee?
    This resource explains the differences between an asylum seeker and a refugee. It presents a call to action based on Catholic social justice principles.
    What Is A Refugee?
    STEP : article

    jrs.org.au

  • Jesuit Refugee Service - Detention Issues
    This page from the JRS website provides insights into the impact of detention on asylum seekers.
    Jesuit Refugee Service - Detention Issues
    STEP : article

    jrs.org.au

  • Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Office
    This is the ACMRO website and you have access to a number of very good resources related to the asylum seeker issue. These resources present the position of the Catholic Church in Australia and represent application of the principles of Catholic social justice. Their newsletter is particularly good. Might I suggest the March newsletter for your reading - Step 1 assumes you choose this part of the resource.
    Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Office
    STEP : article

    acmro.catholic.org.au

  • Catholic Australia - Migrants And Refugees
    Catholic Australia is an online newsletter produced on behalf of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference. This edition provides us with links to statements about the Australian Catholic Church's position on the issue of asylum seekers and refugees.
    Catholic Australia - Migrants And Refugees
    STEP : article

    catholicaustralia.com.au

  • Australia Helps Refugees
    This is a Government website. It presents our country's efforts to help those who seek asylum here. Make notes about the statistics that are provided and also the steps asylum seekers go through to gain refugee status in Australia.
    Australia Helps Refugees
    STEP : article

    immi.gov.au

  • Uniting Church Supports The Placement Of Asylum Seekers In The Community
    This reading is a blog post from the Uniting Church in Australia (Western Australia). What does this resource add to what you have learned so far about the asylum seeker issue?
    Uniting Church Supports The Placement Of Asylum Seekers In The Community
    STEP : article

    wa.uca.org.au

  • New Discussion Paper On Refugees And Asylum Seekers | | Anglicare Southern Queensland WebsiteAnglicare Southern Queensland Websi
    This news report provides a summary of the position of the Anglican Church in Australia on the asylum seeker issue.
    New Discussion Paper On Refugees And Asylum Seekers | | Anglicare Southern Queensland WebsiteAnglicare Southern Queensland Websi
    STEP : article

    anglicaresq.org.au

  • I Speak Up For Children Behind Bars.
    This YouTube clip is part of the AYCS (Australian Young Christian Students Movement) National Campaign focusing on the plight of young people caught up in the asylum seeker issue in Australia.
    I Speak Up For Children Behind Bars.
    STEP : video

    youtube.com

  • Social Action Office - Catholic Social Teaching
    This page presents the Catholic social teaching principles in a user-friendly way. You will find the principles embedded in the steps that present the Catholic perspective of the asylum seeker issue in Australia. Make a list of the principles and then find examples of those principles being upheld through the actions of individuals and groups. Look also for examples of actions that violate some/all of the principles.
    Social Action Office - Catholic Social Teaching
    STEP : article

    sao.clriq.org.au

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