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A report from our correspondent in Afghanistan
The Thrive Refugee Enterprise which helps refugees start up their businesses has extended its activity from Sydney to Melbourne, opening an office at the heart of the city. We had a chat with the head and founder of this nonprofit organisation Mr...
The son of Curtis Cheng, the accountant who was killed outside Sydney's Parramatta Police Station in 2015, is calling for community harmony. Details can be heard hear in Dari.
The Human Rights Watch fears the goal of getting all girls into school may be in reality heading in reverse. Details can be heard here in Dari.
Newly arrived migrants are more likely to be jobless than Australian-born workers. Details can be heard here in Dari.
A report from our correspondent in Afghanistan

Afghan Film Festival in Adelaide

The second Ghan (AFghan) Film Festival was held from 13 - 14 October in Adelaide. Fahim Hashimy, one of its organisers, is pleased with the attendance and feedback from the fans. Mr Hashmy's interview with SBS Dari can be heard here.
Australia is set to become the first country outside India to have laws targeting dowry abuse. Details can be heard here in Dari.
Interview with Esmat Wejdani President of Afghan Australin Cultural Associatoin of Victoria
Leena Alam is proud to participate the 2nd Ghan Internatoinal Film Festival in South Australia as selected Judge.

Report from Afghanistan

Report from Afghanistan
Afghanistan Embassy to Australia listens to community. In this interview you will find out one of the key initiatives the Embassy has taken in improving the Consulate General's services.
A new generation with new vision focusing in success and healthy life.
Migrants communities and non-English speakers are far less likely to access mental health services than those who were born in Australia. If you feel like you could have mental health issues and need support, there are many ways to get...
Female Australian soldiers are playing an unprecedented role in Afghanistan as guardian angels in some of the most dangerous parts of Kabul.