Palm Sunday Rally and March

Palm Sunday Rally and March

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Date(s) - April 2, 2023
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Belmore Park



2pm Sunday 2 April, Belmore Park (near Central)
Marching to Victoria Park


Zaki Haidari (Refugee on SHEV visa and Amnesty)
Nithurshi and Murugan (Tamil refugees)
Dorothy Hoddinot (former principal, Holroyd High School)
Bishop Vincent Long (Catholic Diocese of Parramatta)
Warren Smith (Assistant National Secretary MUA)
David Brophy (author China Panic)
Invite your friends to the Facebook event here
Permanent visas for all refugees
The Albanese Labor government has finally agreed to honour its promise to give permanent visas to 19,000 refugees on Temporary Protection Visas and SHEVs. This means that after ten years in limbo, they will have the right to travel, family reunion and a secure future.


But there are thousands of other refugees with no promise of permanent visas:
• 10,000 people rejected under the Coalition‘s unfair fast track processing system, including many now threatened with deportation
• 150 refugees still stranded on Nauru and PNG
• 1,200 Medevac refugees and families from Nauru who are now in Australia but told they cannot stay in Australia. Many have already been here for five years or more and have partners, jobs and lives here.
End the ban on Indonesia resettlement


Labor has made no commitment to resettle any of the 14,000 refugees stuck in limbo in Indonesia. It is continuing to turn back refugee boats and maintain offshore detention. We need to demand justice and permanent visas for all
 BMRSG  will be there.  Look out for our banner

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