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Interview with one of the Friends of Refugees award recipient :Amina Khatun a young Rohingyan women from Victoria

We are thrilled to celebrate Opening Doors graduate Amina Khatun on her award for Outstanding Service To The Community! Pictured here with Julian Burnside QC, Amina received the honour at the annual Refugee and Asylum Seeker Recognition Awards, hosted by Friends of Refugees.Amina is a youth ambassador, anti-domestic violence advocate, translator for her local Rohingya community, and an incredible champion for human rights. She has dedicated her life to helping those in her community, and we were so thrilled to be able to celebrate her achievements this week. Congratulations Amina! #RASRA2019 #IAmWithYou source from Opening Doors Ledaership

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