Refugee Week Events

Refugee Week exists to celebrate the valued contributions refugees make to Australian society.

You have two options for being involved in a Refugee Week event, you can attend an existing event, or host your own event. Please follow the links below:

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  • Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Griffith Theatre in Griffith, Australia

    The Staging Post - Film Screening

    We love screening The Staging Post and meeting all the wonderful people around Australia. There is nothing more heart-warming and powerful than being amongst friends and community. So, as part of Refugee Week ‘19, Muzafar Ali, his family, and Jolyon Hoff are hitting the road again. Each screening will include a Q&A with Muzafar, his wife Nagina and the director, Jolyon Hoff, and we’ll Skype the refugees in Indonesia.

    Inspired by the Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre (CRLC), there are now over ten refugee-led learning centres and more than 1800 refugees involved in education in Indonesia. We’ll update you on this remarkable refugee-led education revolution, all the latest achievements and developments at the CRLC, and explain how we are building a borderless community of support, connection and two-way education together.

  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 10:30 AM
    Adelaide Multicultural Centre in Adelaide, Australia

    A Day at Adelaide Multicultural Centre Creche

    Children, parents and visitors sharing their stories over a cup of tea at Adelaide Multicultural Centre Creche.

  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 10:30 AM
    Overseas Chinese Association of SA in Frindon, Australia

    My Journey with Hot Cha

    Overseas Chines Association tea party, sharing the positive stories and successful experiences of refugees, migrants, volunteers and staff. 

  • Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 11:00 AM · 2 rsvps
    Auburn Centre for Community in Auburn, Australia

    SSI Community Kitchen Celebrates Refugee Week

    SSI's Community Kitchen will celebrate Refugee Week with the Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) at the Auburn Centre for Community. Come along to enjoy activities like a cultural fashion show and live entertainment, and join us for a complimentary hot lunch.  

     

  • Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 05:30 PM
    Cabra-Vale Diggers Club in Canley Vale, Australia

    Sense of Sewing - Fashion Show

    ‘Sense of Sewing’ project began from the vision of young entrepreneurial thinkers who participated in the Generational Leaders WOMEN Program.

    Generational Leaders WOMEN seeks to shape future-ready leaders who are self-aware and other-aware. Delivered by The Future Leader Group, in partnership with Cabra-Vale Diggers. Over 10 weeks, young women were given the opportunity to build partnerships with inspiring community organisations. CORE worked alongside these participants from local schools and organisations to spark entrepreneurial thinking in addressing real challenges for women in the community.

    Through project management, CORE Community Services put vision into practice and produced the Sense of Sewing project. Partnering with TAFE NSW to deliver a tailored program for newly arrived Migrant and Refugee Women in the Fairfield LGA.

    Sense of Sewing brings diverse women together to learn basic sewing and design skills, improve English language skills, build life skills, form friendships, and provide pathways to employment and educational opportunities. 

    Sense of Sewing is a creative initiative that goes beyond the classroom, as students work towards creating personalised garments for the Sense of Sewing fashion show.

    FAQs

    What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    Parking is available onsite, there is a multi-story car park available on site. Otherwise, street parking is available. Public transport is accessible by Canley Vale Station (with an approx. 5 minute walk). Or Cabramatta station (approx. 10 minute walk)

     

  • Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 04:00 PM
    Vietnamese Community Centre in Athol Park, Australia

    Congolese Independence Celebration

    Celebrating Congolese Independence Day by sharing and showcasing Congolese culture, dance and diverse talents to the South Australian community. 

  • Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 04:30 PM
    Monamor Reception Hall in Fairfield, Australia

    The 2019 Refugee Week - Sharing Food Sharing Story in the community

    Come and share success stories of refugees in Australia.  Together we can create harmony in the community and prosperity for our youth.

      Organised by the Iraqi Australian University Graduate Forum in partnership with CORE Community Services

     
    We value your attendance by responding to the RSVP to organise for catering.  Thanking you very much.

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