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The Asylum Seekers Centre is a not-for-proft organisation that provides practical and personal support for people living in the community who are seeking asylum. Some of the services they provide include accommodation, financial relief, health care, employment assistance, education and food, while also advocating for political change.
Suicide is the leading cause of death for young people in Australia. Due to the stigma and discrimination most young people dealing with mental health issues do not reach out for support. batyr focus on early intervention and preventative education programs. The programs place them front and centre with young people, in schools, universities and workplaces. Early intervention can have a life-changing impact on a young person's mental health, and the communities they create mean young people get the help they need, sooner.
Hagar is a well-established non-government international organisation dedicated to the recovery of women and children who have endured extreme abuses. They work to see communities free and healed from the trauma of human trafficking, slavery and abuse. Close to 3000 people (mostly woman and children) each and every day are forced into exploitation and labour against their will. Join Hagar in the movement to end human trafficking, slavery and abuse.
Reading opens doors, and so much more. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in remote Australia are falling way behind the minimum reading standards and the Indigenous Literacy Foundation is closing the gap by supplying books and empowering First Nations Peoples to write and illustrate in their own language.
Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) is a feminist, grassroots organisation that supports women and families in crisis and advocates for social change in the community. They support 200 women and children impacted by homelessness, domestic violence and systemic disadvantage by providing material aid, case management, biopsychosocial support, accommodation, and crisis responses. Equally they seek to address the underlying causes of gender-based violence through primary prevention activities.