SHOW YOU CARE

Do you want to join the growing number of Australians who want both sides of the government to cease the inhumane treatment of people seeking asylum? The #IamWithYou campaign launched on the World Refugee Day 2016, is how you can show that you welcome refugees and want a better treatment for the people seeking protection in Australia. Why do our policies continue to be unfair to people who seek our protection? It is because the policy makers believe that we, the people asking for the change only represent a small section of Australian society. We think it’s time to show them they’re wrong. We want to keep showing our support for people’s right to safety. As the groundswell grows, this website will become a testament to the fact that it’s time for change, and we’re not going away until we get it.

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#IamWithYou Campaign

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Supporters

Organisations

This campaign is being conducted by Friends of Refugees, in coalition with advocacy groups and community organisations around Australia. The full list of organisations who have partnered with this campaign can be found on our supporters page. If an organisation you represent would like to be added to this list, or if you have any enquiries, please contact us.

Supporters

Individuals

Yes! I believe that all people seeking asylum in Australia must always be treated with dignity and respect, and need to be properly supported as they rebuild their lives. I add my voice to call upon policy makers to change the current inhumane asylum policies.

• Elaine Smith, Narre Warren North, Vic
• Lance Quest, Maribyrnong, Vic
• Greg Wayman, Melbourne Ports, Vic
• Christine Obery, Bruce, Vic

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