Displacement, by definition, takes place across many boundaries, from international borders to ethnic, linguistic, and cultural divides. Partnership is the only way we can build bridges across these divides and together, tackle the displacement crisis.
Explore our partnerships below.
By working in solidarity with local partners, we help resource locally-led initiatives that reduce displacement and create safety, dignity and belonging for uprooted people. With our partners, we embrace collaboration and mutual learning as we work together to achieve our goals.
The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) is the peak body for Australian non-government organisations (NGOs) involved in international development and humanitarian action. ACFID seeks to be an influential policy voice, a catalyst for change and a standard bearer for good practice in the international development and humanitarian world.
The Church Agencies Network (CAN) is a group of eleven Australian church-based aid and development agencies. The network is an opportunity to work together and to share experiences and practice, recognising that together we can achieve much more.
The ACT Alliance is a global network of grassroots aid organisations working together in over 140 countries. Together the alliance promotes positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalised people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality.
The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) is an open and growing network of over 200 civil society groups and individuals committed to advancing the rights of refugees in the Asia Pacific region through information sharing, mutual capacity building, and joint advocacy.
Micah is a coalition of churches and Christian organisations raising a powerful voice for justice and a world free from poverty. Member organisations work together to provide financial support, oversight and strategy for the campaign.
Emergency Action Alliance (EAA) is made up of 16 Australian-based member charities that are experts in humanitarian aid and specialise in different areas of disaster response. By combining expertise and reach, the EAA can turn the care and passion of supporters into a targeted response to international emergencies.
Asia Pacific Network of Refugees (APNOR) is the only region-wide refugee-led network of refugee-led initiatives in the Asia Pacific region that is working with and for refugees. APNOR aims at advocating refugee agency, strengthening the collaboration between initiatives and other stakeholders to guarantee positive changes in the humanitarian system and the refugee response at the local, national, regional and international level.
We’re grateful for the support of our funding partners:
The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.
The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Australian Government through the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP).
USAID through the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance.
The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade through Tearfund New Zealand.
Transform Aid International.
Global Mission Partners Church of Christ Overseas Aid.