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Humanitarian Settlement Program

Tuesday 31st October / posted by Chris Wheeldon

Yesterday the Australian Red Cross began welcoming the first group of refugees as part of the federally-funded Humanitarian Settlement Program.

Over the coming years the Red Cross will help to settle thousands of refugees in Canberra, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong, Albury and Western Australia.

Staff and volunteers will aid in providing a safe and welcoming introductions to refugees as they build their new lives in Australia.

Alenka Jeram, the WA Manager for Migration Support Services joined Simon Beaton on The Mag this morning to tell us more.

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