Refugee Council of Australia

RCOA

Refugee Council of Australia

Type NGO
Website refugeecouncil.org.au
Twitter
Year founded 2012
Location Melbourne Australia Australia
Functions Advocacy, Education and training
Summary The Refugee Council of Australia is the national umbrella body for refugees and people seeking asylum and those who support them. They have around 200 organisational and over 1,000 individual members. They are a non-profit organisation which is completely independent of government.

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RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 23 January 2023 English

Length of time in immigration detention We recommend: • the introduction of legislation preventing indefinite immigration detention, for example through maximum timeframes that people can be detained and effective judicial …


RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 21 December 2022 English

POST-WW2 REFUGEE ARRIVALS TO PASS 950,000 IN 2023 The number of refugee and humanitarian entrants welcomed to Australia since World War II will pass 950,000 in the early months of …



RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 15 December 2022 English

15 December 2022 COMPLEMENTARY PATHWAYS FOR REFUGEES AND THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIA’S MIGRATION SYSTEM Joint submission to the Migration system for Australia’s future discussion paper The following submission has been …



RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 13 December 2022 English

The RRI provides a baseline measure of country performance in support of the implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees and the commitments set forth in the 2016 New York …


RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 13 December 2022 English

Submission to the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent (WGEPAD) November 2022 The Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) is the national peak body for people …


RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 9 December 2022 English

Are the basic Yes, there are specific measures/ guarantees in place and they 5 assistance needs of are effectively applied at all the times refugees from cross- There are specific …


RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 30 November 2022 English

Refugees contribute to the Australian economy Successive Australian Governments have made a tangible commitment to providing a lasting home to people fleeing conflict, violence and persecution through the Refugee and …


RCOA: Refugee Council of Australia · 15 November 2022 English

That is the work of the Refugee Council – to ensure the voice of refugees are heard. [...] The overall financial position of both the Council and Foundation is healthy, …


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