Lecture series for asylum seekers

The University of Melbourne invites asylum seekers in our community to attend a lecture series.

Hosted by Melbourne Refugee Studies Program

The University of Melbourne invites asylum seekers in our community to attend a lecture series. During September and October we will host lectures on important issues in modern and historical Australia, including education, human rights, equality, health and Indigenous cultures.

We hope that this series will be an interesting introduction to Australian society and the University of Melbourne. Time will be set aside for discussion of topics and to talk with lecturers, students and others.

This is not a formal course and will not lead to a recognised award. Participation will not impact on immigration status and we are unable to assist with immigration matters.

September 21: Languages
September 28: Australian society
October 5: Human rights & equal opportunity
October 12: Visit to Melbourne Museum's Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre Australian Indigenous histories, languages and culture
October 19: Community development, migration & resilience
October 26: History of immigration to Australia
November 9: Billibellary's Walk & Celebration

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