asylum seekers

Sitting around a flickering bush campfire telling yarns can bridge culture and generations. Many first Australians recount their history to the next generation while using the soothing and entrancing beacon that campfires emit. The recent multi-arts program Emerge capalitalised on the ability of a campfire to draw out stories from…

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Meet 20-year-old Ruby Kerrison, the super sweet and positively vibed barista at Richmond’s slightly outlying cafe Long Street Coffee. In a converted garage – complete with the industrial-minimalist look Melbournians love and basketball hoop out front – Long Street serves up sensationally good coffee using beans from Proud Mary and…

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Liberal political rhetoric uses their stance against people-smugglers to justify their policy against humanity. We’ve heard the prime minister word-slay the actions of the ‘people-smugglers who are preying on vulnerable people,’ with no mention of their own unwillingness to help them. Blanka Dudas, has had enough. After fleeing her own home…

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