Baga-K Gaabi Brunga Biik – (Symbols in Sand)| Benim: Cloaked Stories

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Baga-K Gaabi Brunga Biik – (Symbols in Sand)| Benim: Cloaked Stories

The Koorie Heritage Trust presents two exhibitions featuring artists Cassie Leatham and Kelly Koumalatsos.

Mahatma Gandhi: An Immigrant

Known as the man who lead India to Independence, the ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ exhibition that showcases his life while living in South Africa.

Shot on the Road: Photos from the Eyeball End

Shot on the Road is a series of intimate, yet confronting photographs that Ali MC took while on travelling around Rwanda, Burundi, Lebanon, Ethiopia & Burma.

ДОНБАСС (Donbas): Photography from Ukraine’s War-Torn East

With the increasing risk of daily artillery shelling and sporadic combat, Wilson’s exhibition highlights the war’s impact on the Ukrainian population.

Les Voyageurs

Les Voyageurs presents Paul Handley’s new installation that challenges notions of displacement and mass migration.


  A film showcase and conversation with local filmmakers of African heritage This screening will feature brand new works by Melbourne-based filmmakers Ez Eldin Deng and Noray Mohammed Neberay. Deng’s films have explored the African diaspora and the complexities of the refugee experience, while Neberay’s work has focused on political activism and refugee rights. Come More…

Daydreamer Wolf – Chapter House Lane

How is it possible to understand the trials and realities of the refugee experience? In this cross-disciplinary exhibition, artist and award-winning poet Elyas Alavi documents his experiences through personal, playful and mythological lenses. Evoking issues of identity, memory, migration and displacement, he offers a deeper understanding of his trials as a Hazara refugee, artist and More…


Join us for the Opening night of HRAFF 2018. After the Apology is a redemptive documentary about four grandmothers’ who start a national movement to place Indigenous children with extended families.

Littlefoot & Company: Spoken Word Evening

This event will feature enticing poets and open discussion opportunities to examine current humanitarian and environmental issues.

Youth for Human Rights Summit Pass

ABOUT THE SUMMIT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: IMPORTANT NOTE: Booking the Summit has two steps involved: STEP 1:  Book a Summit Pass – this provides entry to the event. Note – student packs will appear in your cart as 1 pass and 9 comps (see example). STEP 2:  Session Bookings – as some sessions have limited capacity, Summit participants must also More…

Step + Q&A

Not only are they a competitive step team headed for a showdown, these girls are also aiming to break barriers as the first graduates of their school.

This Is Congo

This is Congo presents viewers a visceral look at the African conflict: the war consumes its heroes and the civilians that live among it…

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