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Refugee Council of Australia

“The Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) is the national umbrella body for refugees and the organisations and individuals who support them. It has more than 200 organisational and over 900 individual members. Formed in November 1981, RCOA is a non-profit, non-government organisation registered as an incorporated association in the Australian Capital Territory. It is funded through contributions from its members and by project grants from philanthropic bodies and government agencies. The priority activities for RCOA are set by its members, as represented by an elected Board. RCOA’s own work is centred around five key areas: policy, support for refugees, support for its members, community education and administration. In addition, RCOA seeks funding for specific projects that directly relate to our objectives and enhance our capacity to serve the refugee community.”


  • Address: Suite 4A6, 410 Elizabeth Street
  • City: Surry Hills 2010
  • State: NSW
  • Country: Australia


How can you contribute to the mission of this organization?

Businesses and members can pay a fee to become a member of the Refugee Council. Individuals can also donate their time through volunteering as well as join specific causes and campaigns. Stay informed by signing up for mailing lists to receive the latest news. Refugee Council accepts monetary donations to fund research, education, and advocacy. Lastly, the Refugee Council encourages users to contact their politicians to help achieve reform.

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