At the heart of our work is a powerful conviction: to create a just and peaceful society, we have to work together.
It’s not only the right thing to do, it’s the only thing that will work.
Together, we’re creating a world where people uprooted by conflict and disaster have a safe place to belong.
Right now, we live in a world of ‘us’ and ‘them’. It means that every day, more of us are forced from our homes by conflict and disaster.
Together, we’re working to reduce displacement and create safety, dignity and belonging for uprooted people.
We’re doing this by backing displaced people through local partnerships and initiatives, building unity and transforming the system.
For uprooted people, the journey home is long, hard and full of uncertainty. Promise to be by their side every step of the way, and together, we’ll find the courage to keep going – until everyone has a safe place to belong.
Days before heading off on the Act for Peace Trek for Refugees, someone on our team reminds us of why we do this work.
What it really meant for Tongans to receive support from Australia after the volcano eruption earlier this year.
As climate change worsens, we’re working to understand what drives displacement and backing communities on the frontline of this crisis.
Our local partner helped Daniyel’s family get citizenship documents so they could safely return to their home in Sri Lanka. Now, his children can attend school and his daughter can access the medical care she needs.
Join thousands of individuals, churches, local leaders, and long-term partners, committed to working together to create a more just and peaceful world.
Your gift will help create a world where uprooted people have a safe place to belong.
Engage the people around you in this vital work by taking the Ration Challenge, Trekking for Refugees or fundraising your way.
Be part of transforming the systems needed to end the displacement crisis.
Founded by the Australian churches, we are a diverse collection of people, united by the belief that we are all human and we should love our neighbours as ourselves.