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We have a team!

We have a team! Our call out for Home Lands v2 media arts team members closed on Sunday, 25 Sept. We’re wrapped to announce that we have eleven young Hazara on board, ten of whom will work with us through the entire program and the eleventh member, presently in China, who will join us early … Continue reading

From Kinglake to Kabul

A moving example of a collaboration between Australian secondary school students and students in Afghanistan is the collection of stories penned by both groups, From Kinglake to Kabul. It all began with clutch of pencils and a desire to understand each other, from those who survived the fires that burnt through parts of Victoria, north-east … Continue reading

Where are Hazara in Australia?

Approximately 20000 Hazaras live in Australia, up to 10000 of them in Melbourne. The remainder are in Sydney, approximately 5 to 6000 mostly in Merrylands and Auburn, with 2 to 3000 spread across Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. In Victoria up to 8500 live in Southeast Melbourne, the majority in Dandenong and surrounding suburbs, largely Narre … Continue reading