Just Manna Just Manna Inc is a charitable organisation associated with St Paul’s Anglican Church, Beaconsfield

We aim to provide direct relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, disability or helplessness including financial & non-financial assistance to people in Australia. A particular focus is on assisting former refugees in the Australian community & others seeking residence in Australia

The True Illegals Don't come By Boat Sparkling Rosie Blog

Jesus was a Refugee

Jesus the Refugee One Man's Web

Ministering Unconditionally to Uprooted Peoples S. Tilewa Johnson A Globe of Witnesses

Jesus, A Refugee, a poem by Elizabeth Padillo Olesen, Denmark Voices

We're all Boat People: A Biblical View of Refugees Dr Gordon Preece Ethos Blog

'God loves boat people': Churches take a stand Sydney Morning Herald September 2, 2013

Myths and Facts

Refugee Council Australia

Myths about refugees and asylum seekers: Detailed mythbuster They are not illegal, there is no queue to jump,

Frequently Asked Questions

Statistics on asylum seekers arriving in Australia 89 boats 2010-2011; 403 boats 2012-2013

Government removes Refugee Council’s core funding pdf 30 May 2014 The Australian Government has completely cut core funding to the Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) despite allocating $140,000 just two weeks ago in its 2014-15 Budget.

Edmund Rice Centre for Justice & Community Education

Debunking the Myths About Asylum Seekers

Deported To Danger

Australian Human Rights Commission

Face the Facts continued demand for accurate and easy to understand information about Indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers

Asylum Seekers and Refugees

A Just Australia "At the end of 2013, there were 1,028 children in closed detention facilities with another 116 children detained on Nauru."

Parliament of Australia Research Publications

Asylum seekers and the Refugee Convention

Asylum seekers and refugees What are the facts

Immigration detention in Australia

Boat arrivals in Australia since 1976

Statistics and facts about asylum seeker and refugee issues pdf

Home and Away John Marsden Matt Ottley picture book for older readers

Bookshelf of Oz

Literary minded Crikey

English Language and Literacy Blog


Refugee and Migrant Working Group Anglican Church of Australia

Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce promote a shared Christian vision of compassion and hospitality for asylum seekers and refugees. The churches and their agencies work together to advocate for just and humane policies

Refugee Council of Australia

CARAD based in Perth, WA Coalition for Asylum seekers, Detainees and Refugees

Refugees and Asylum Seekers Uniting Justice

Refugees Oxfam

Refugees' Human Rights Amnesty International Australia

Refugees and Settlement Brotherhood of St Laurence

Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Office Matthew 25:35 "for I was a stranger and you welcomed me"

Refugee Action Collective Vic

Refugee Advocacy Network  broad coalition of Victorian organisations who have come together to advance a more just, humane approach to refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.

Refugee Action Committee Canberra

Centre for Advocacy Support and Education for Refugees Inc. (CASE for Refugees) not for profit community legal centre that provides free legal advice, representation and advocacy to refugees, humanitarian visa holders and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds who live in Western Australia

Association of Services for Torture and Trauma Survivors ASeTTS provides services to people who are humanitarian entrants or are from a refugee type background and who have experienced torture or trauma in their country of origin, during their flight to Australia, or while in detention

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees


Migration Support Programs Red Cross

Multicultural Services Centre of W.A

Australian Immigration

Visas, Immigration and Refugees

Refugees and Humanitarian

About Immigration Detention

Settlement and multicultural affairs information

Migration Review Tribunal independent body established by the Commonwealth Government of Australia

Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch defends the rights of people worldwide. We scrupulously investigate abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice

Tampa/ "Overboard"

Truth Overboard Lies, Damned Lies and Politics 2002 Pandora Archive

Siev X memorial refugee boat, loss of 363 lives, 146 children.

Tampa affair Wikipedia (with references)

Leaky Boats Screen Australia The extraordinary trilogy of The Tampa, The Siev X and the 'children overboard' is a tale about democracy and how power works amidst an inconsolable paranoia that is the national inheritance of the most laid back people on earth


Page updated March 20, 2018

A Ribbon for Refugeesa ribbon for refugees

Just Manna: supporting refugees and the needy