Violence spurs renewed call to close camp

Uniting Church President Stuart McMillan and members of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce have called for refugees on Manus Island to be transferred to Australia after sho

Loving the country

Pic credit: Jim Foley and Solway Nutting “I really loved seeing the country we came through on the bus”, a young mother told one of the organisers as we walked over to the picnic.

Walk for refugees

Vic/Tas moderator Sharon Hollis has described Australia’s treatment of people seeking asylum as a national shame ahead of this year’s Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees on

Border Farce

Review by NICK MATTISKE BOOK | VIOLENT BORDERS | BY REECE JONES | VERSO IN 2015, 3700 people died trying to enter Europe.

Pregnant refugee at risk in Nauru

Paediatric ward in Nauru (photo: Greens MP) The Synod of Victoria and Tasmania is calling on the federal government to immediately admit a pregnant refugee on Nauru to an Australia

2016: A year of surprises, tragedy and hope

As 2016 draws to a close, Crosslight looks back on the biggest stories from this year. On the political front, 2016 was a tumultuous year with plenty of shocks and surprises.

Advent stories of joy: New wave of refugees

For Christians the birth of Jesus is not just an historical event to be marked on Christmas Day but is an ongoing story of the way that God is at work in the world.

Protests at Parliament House

Refugee advocates have returned to Parliament House for a second day of protests against the government’s treatment of people seeking asylum.

US Refugee Deal Raises Hope and Questions

The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has welcomed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s recent announcement of a ‘one-off’ agreement with the United States