Go Back To Where You Came From
Catherine, Angry and Peter meet young fishermen on Rote Island in Indonesia.
Catherine, Angry and Peter visit Christmas Island Immigration Detention Centre where they see the facilities and meet some of the detained refugee asylum seekers.
Six ordinary Australians challenge their preconceptions about refugees and asylum seekers on an immersive, reverse journey to some of the most inhospitable and...
Get involved with these organisations which provide vital help to refugees and asylum seekers in Australia and around the world.
After many years of persecution, degradation and fear, both Bahati and Maisara fled their own war-torn countries in search of safety and peace.
Kakuma Camp was established in 1992 as a refugee camp on 25 square kilometres in the semi-arid desert region of northwestern Kenya. Kakuma is the Swahili word for...
In Kakuma Camp, the Red Cross runs a Tracing Programme to re-unite families who have been separated by war.
Under international law, Australia is obliged to ensure a person found to be a refugee is not unwillingly sent back to their country of origin.
For the majority of Jordan’s 450,000 Iraqi refugees, resettlement in a country like Australia is their only viable long-term solution.
Swahili for "nowhere”, Kakuma Refugee Camp in far north-west Kenya has a population of over 84,000 refugees.
An unstable nation since 1960, The DRC has over 1.7 million internally displaced people and 400,000 instances of rape per year.
Iraqis make up the 2nd largest refugee population in the world with an estimated 2 million people having fled the country since 2003.
Over 7000 asylum seekers have been processed on Christmas Island over the last four years.