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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1ilCy6XrmI" target="_blank">ABC News Australia
https://www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/Articles/A_E/Coronavirus" target="_blank">Virus emergency response plan in place
https://www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/Articles/A_E/Coronavirus" target="_blank">Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert
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Every year thousands of families across the world are separated by conflict and disaster. The
RFL/International Tracing Service in Australia is part of the International Red Cross and Red
Crescent global tracing network, which aims to re-establish contact between separated family
members and clarify the fate of the missing.
We are looking for 4 youth volunteers to participate in a 6-month training / community
leadership program with the Red Cross RFL/International Tracing Service.
In your volunteer role, you will have the opportunity to:
Develop skills and experience utilising our global Family Links Answers (FLA) database
developed and supported by International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva.
Assist the WA team with local searches to reunite family members separated due to war,
conflict and disaster.
Conduct research and prepare casework support materials to assist with searches
Provide humanitarian support and referral assistance to clients and/or members of the
community via our Migration Hub.
Option to develop public speaking/presentation skills via country briefings for Red Cross
staff and volunteers, and target community groups.
Expressions of Interest (EoI) can be sent to the WA Team Leader for RFL/International Tracing,
Melissa Di Dio email@example.com or call 92258886 to discuss. Closing date for EoI is Friday
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Thank you for participating in our annual consultations in 2015 and 2016. Apologies for the delay, but we have now published a report summarising those two years of consultations, our first ever State of the Nation report attached in this link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0MBFPzHergDQUFHNGpUekVWcmVfNVUyZDI2VFRkb3paTm40/view?usp=sharing We had hoped to also be in a position to send our submission to the Department’s consultations on the Refugee and Humanitarian Program, but this has been delayed because the Department has not yet published its Discussion Paper and has moved the consultation period to the next two months. Submissions will be open to those interested and we encourage everyone to make a submission. We will share our submission as soon as possible after the release of the Discussion Paper.
Thanks once again to everyone who comes – it is a privilege and an honour to talk to you and learn from you.
Dr Joyce Chia
Senior Policy Officer
Refugee Council of Australia
Level 6, 20 Otter Street Collingwood Vic 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 (03) 9600 3302 Mobile: 0451051346 Fax: (02) 9211 9288
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An independent national network of more than 200 organisational members and thousands of individual supporters, the Refugee Council of Australia promotes fair treatment of people fleeing persecution and celebrates the contributions of Australians who have been refugees. Our work is funded by people who share our vision. To support us, visit http://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/get-involved/make-a-donation/
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Couple: Modi Alpha Bah and Ramatoulai Bah
Date: Saturday 8 of April 2017
VenueAddress: 57 Larimar Parade, Byford.
The above couple are delighted to invite you to therir traditional wedding.
Please join them in this date to celebrate the beautiful West African Traditional weeding.
Please don't leave your family behind.
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We are delited to inform you that, the Almighty Allah has blessed Lamarana (bapaen) and Binta jalloh with a bouncing baby boy.
The mother and the baby are im good health.
They are currently recuperating at, Osboune park Hospiatal, Block B, Room 13.
Please note visiting hours are between 3pm-8pm.
for more info you can reach lamarana on 0439693893
the $10 contributions officially kicks in, so please give yours to Alhadji Umar, Alusine or any body you know that reach us.
can you please inform any other community memeber after reading this message
Gortankaku Social affairs