Read the vision statement delivered to the Candidates’ meeting for Jagajaga electorate –
Can you say in three minutes what you want the next government to offer for our policy on asylum seekers and refugees? To see the statement prepared by Grandmothers Against the Detention of Refugee Children (Jagajaga Branch), Montmorency Asylum Seeker Support Group and the #RightTrack Jagajaga Conversation Project, click here! – This vision Statement on Asylum Seekers and Refugees has been sent to candidates.
This meeting was organised by nine local groups: Amnesty International, Diamond Valley Oxfam, Grandmothers Against the Detention of Refugee Children (Jagajaga Branch), Montmorency Asylum Seeker Support Group, Nillumbik Reconciliation Group, #RightTrack Jagajaga Conversation Project , Social Justice, Eltham Montmorency Uniting Church, Social Justice Group, St Francis Xavier Catholic Parish Montmorency, Transition Network in Banyule. Click here to read about them and find contact details. Click here to read about the groups, and find their contact details
Sunday 14 April from 1.30pm The 2019 Palm Sunday Rally-JUSTICE FOR REFUGEES, State Library, City.
Monday 15th April, MASSG meeting—from 2pm at Montmorency Community Church, 24 Mayona Rd, Montmorency. There’s lots to do – join us to help!
Our annual fundraising lunch Friday 7th September was booked out weeks in advance, and raised over $4,000 for RACS (Refugee Advice and Casework Service), and for the ASRC. Our thanks to our generous sponsors who donated raffle prizes. . Click here to see the list of those donors. – please support their businesses and thank them for supporting us.
Our speaker, Gillian Triggs, with the flowers presented to her, provided by The Wilde Bunch, fine florists of Hurstbridge.
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