Tom Yabio

Tom Yabio

Hi my name is Mebrahtom Yabio, but most people call me Tom. I am 27 Years old and I was born in a Refugee Camp in Sudan called Umrakuba. My father left Ethiopia 1970 because of the war and political unrest in Ethiopia. I am the third youngest of 9 children consisting of 6 sons and 3 daughters. I came with my family to Adelaide, Australia in October 1995. Settling in was easy as we had family already living in…

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Jarrod McKenna

Jarrod McKenna

Jarrod McKenna is the Teaching Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Perth and is the co-founder of the #LoveMakesAWay protest movement, CommonGrace.org.au and First Home Project where he lives with asylum seekers and refugees. He also works in the Middle East/Eastern Europe as a nonviolence social change educator.

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Shaun Nemorin

Shaun Nemorin

Shaun Nemorin is the Team Leader of the School Liaison Program with the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS). With an extensive background as a direct services practitioner in humanitarian contexts, his main focus has been around the complementary nature of psychotherapeutic and community development responses to the impact of the refugee experience. Prior to returning to Australia 4 years ago, Shaun was employed with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)…

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Abiola Ajetomobi

Abiola Ajetomobi

Abiola Ajetomobi is the Director at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) Innovation Hub. Abiola has more than 16 years management experience, in local and state government as well as in not for-profit organisations, both here and in overseas. With a background in business, humanitarian, accounting, financial service and social enterprenuer. Abiola’s most recent qualification is a Graduate Certificate of Management of Not for Profit organisations from Australian Catholic University. Originally from Nigeria, and fluent in English and Yoruba, She brings…

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