The QUO - Migration & Displacement
Fred Hollows helps Rohingya refugees with cataract surgery
23 May 2018
Of the near-700,000 Rohingya refugees, almost 50,000 are in need of cataract surgery.
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Waters skills are a universal life saver
10 April 2018
Sydney NSW, Australia
Water Skills For Life empowers migrants and refugees of all ages by teaching them how to swim.
House of Welcome
14 February 2018
House of Welcome, The Trongate, South Granville NSW, Australia
House of Welcome shelters and empowers people seeking asylum, without discrimination.
GROW: A mental health initiative for Australia's refugees
08 February 2018
6 Albion St, Harris Park NSW, Australia
GROW is a community-based organisation that aims to help refugees recover from mental health issues.
All We Can't See: Humanising the untold stories of Nauru
01 February 2018
Yellow House Sydney, MacLeay Street, Potts Point NSW, Australia
A rousing Australian-first exhibition that gives the public a glimpse of life at Australia's elusive offshore detention centre on Nauru.
Benita de Wit's Manus Island Project
11 January 2018
Marrickville NSW, Australia
Director Benita de Wit of Manus Island Project is filming one person for every man detained at Manus Island.
For some refugees, art can make all the difference
09 January 2018
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Refugee artists challenge the dominant narratives that depict them in a negative and dehumanising light.
Compassion in the Calais Jungle: The QUO talks to Kirstin Shirling
13 September 2017
Sydney Opera House, Sydney NSW, Australia
Kirstin Shirling is a creative engagement producer who volunteered with Good Chance Theatre in the Calais Jungle to help create a safe space for self-expression for refugees.
Interview with Tanya Jackson-Vaughan of the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS)
25 August 2017
Refugee Advice and Casework Service, Eurimbla Avenue, Randwick NSW, Australia
Divya interviewed Tanya Jackson-Vaughan, the Executive Director of the Refugee Advice & Casework Service (RACS), on the impact of Immigration Minister Peter Dutton’s October 1 deadline for asylum seekers to apply for protection or face deportation from Australia.
Ravi's Hell: Part 1
16 August 2017
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Ravi is a survivor of Australia’s No Advantage Asylum Policy. He was detained in Nauru and Victoria for over 3 years. Upon his release in 2016, Ravi launched his poetry anthology 'From Hell to Hell' and continues to speak out on behalf of those who remain incarcerated in Australia’s onshore and offshore mandatory detention centres.
Taking Risks: A father and son's walk to end mandatory detention
21 July 2017
Adelaide SA, Australia
Criminal lawyer Adam Richards and his 13-year-old son Ned walked from Adelaide to Canberra earlier this year, and presented a petition urging the Federal Government to end "mandatory indefinite offshore detention of refugees". Alfred explores what inspired this act of protest from two everyday Australians.

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