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Circle of Friends

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Supporting refugees

A festival of food held at Mercedes College has raised about $7000 to support the work of Circle of Friends with refugees in the community.

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When hope turns to despair

Asylum seeker families in Adelaide have opened up about the stress of living for years with constant uncertainty, little or no income and a reliance on charity for basic necessities – issues which have been magnified during the coronavirus pandemic.

Opinion

The forgotten families

Eleven-year-old Mustafa is a beautifully-spoken, polite boy with an infectious smile. His older brother Mohammad is articulate and engaging but when you look closely at his big brown eyes there is a seriousness and sense of responsibility that no 15-year-old kid should be burdened with.

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Feast of cultures for a cause

Volunteers from Young Mercy Links South Australia (YMLSA) and members of the refugee community in Adelaide cooked up a storm last month in order to help people in need in Cambodia.

News

Building links with Cambodia

The lead-up to Christmas has been vastly different this year for a group of young South Australians who have spent the past few weeks helping to build houses in Cambodia.