Refugee Action Collective (Vic)

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NEW INITIATIVE // Letters to Senators

A new initiative that RAC is organising is mass letter writing to the Victorian Labor Senators. This targeted approach pressures parliamentarians to change policy, as this directly threatens their chance of re-election.

Feel free to download the pro forma letter and fill in your details and the senator’s details, and then mail to them. Of course, these letters can be sent to any Labor MP or Senator.

RAC letter to senators

Victorian ALP Senators

  • Senator Kimberley Kitching, P O Box 3162, Newport West  3015
  • Senator Jacinta Collins, Ground Flr, 1013 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill 3128
  • Senator Kim Carr, 62 Lygon St, Carlton  3053
  • Senator Gavin Marshall, 376 Victoria St, North Melbourne  3051
Petition: Don’t Deport Huyen – stop separating families

Petition: Don’t Deport Huyen – stop separating families

We call on Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to immediately release Huyen from MITA detention centre and grant her permanent protection to avoid another indefinite family separation. Refugee families belong together.

Please sign and support:

New Petition – Airlines: Don’t Deport To Danger!

New Petition – Airlines: Don’t Deport To Danger!

Our new petition calling on airlines not to deport asylum seekers is up on!

RAC has written a Code of Conduct to be presented to domestic and international airlines. We need as many signatures as possible to send a clear statement that deporting innocent people is illegal under international law and will not be stood for.

The link to the petition is here

Once you have signed the petition, share it via social media, email or word of mouth – we need thousands of signatures to make a real impact!

Pledge to vote for refugee rights

Pledge to vote for refugee rights

Take the pledge here

“I will only give my first preference vote to a party that:

(1) supports bringing the refugees detained on Manus and Nauru to Australia, and offering them permanent protection,

(2) ensures people seeking asylum have access to education, employment and income support, allowing them to live with dignity,

(3) ends the dangerous practice of turning boats carrying people seeking asylum back to sea.”