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Refugee Crisis, Australia’s shame

By John Moyle There are currently 27 children left on Nauru as ScoMo scrambles to rid the Federal Government of a highly emotive issue before elections next year. Even if all the children are off the island before Christmas, the episode of keeping asylum seekers and refugees in offshore detention will be a blight that […]

From Chasing Asylum to Building Business

There are currently estimated to be 60 million people displaced from their homes across the globe. That means roughly one in a hundred people are unable to call home, home. The most common reason for displacement is armed conflict, and for many of those they may never be able to go back home. As Australia’s […]