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Adelaide: Exhibition: School of Hope: Cisarua

20 October 2018 - 30 April 2019
Migration Museum, Kintore Avenue
Adelaide, SA Australia
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In the town of Cisarua, just outside Jakarta, is a small school, run and staffed by Hazara refugees from Afghanistan. Unable to return to their war-torn homeland, these refugees spend years in Indonesia, waiting to start new lives in safety. Education brings them together and gives them a purpose. Come and meet a special community... Continue reading

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Bentley (WA): Exhibition: Refuge

February 12 - February 18
John Curtin Gallery Building 200A Bentley, WA Australia + Google Map

Refuge, which is part of the 2019 Perth Festival, presents two of the world’s leading audio-visual artists who give voice to the world’s refugees and immigrants in emotionally- charged new video installations. It will feature works by Angelica Mesiti and Candice Breitz who present the complex experiences of their subjects through music, performance and the spoken word. Both... Continue reading

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11:00 am

Melbourne: Writers Dialogue

February 16 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
RISE, 247 Flinders Lane Level 1
Melbourne, Victoria Australia
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'Writers Dialogue' is a new RISE initiative that promotes and asserts agency for refugee and writers of colour in Australia. About this Event 'Writers Dialogue' is a new RISE initiative that promotes and asserts agency for refugee and writers of colour in Australia. Through this initiative, we are looking at promoting writers using a 45-minute... Continue reading

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6:00 pm

Glenorchy (Tas): Fundraiser: Concert for Compassion

February 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Don Bosco Creative Arts Centre, 1 Mill Lane
Glenorchy, Tasmania Australia
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Join a multicultural arts event, featuring local singers, dancers, circus artists, musicians, arts, films, crafts and speakers. All proceeds will be donated to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre www.asrc.org.au.

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