Guled Mire

Community Advocate, Writer, Speaker, Third Culture Minds

Community Advocate, Writer, Speaker, and Co-founder & Chief Executive of Third Culture Minds

Guled Mire is a former refugee who is passionate about advancing and encouraging the social well-being, inclusion and development of New Zealand’s ethnic and former refugee communities. He is a writer, speaker, senior policy advisor, young leader and community advocate. He is also the co-founder & CEO of Third Culture Minds, and is recognised as one of New Zealand’s most prominent young voices advocating for a more humane, inclusive and welcoming society. More recently, Guled led a highly publicised campaign to abolish an explicitly discriminatory ‘family-link’ requirement rule for African and Middle Eastern refugees within New Zealand’s official refugee quota policy.

Guled will be speaking on the panel ' Australia and the Asia Pacific' on Friday 14 February

    10.00am - 11.30am

    Conference Day Two Friday 14

    Plenary: Australia & the Asia Pacific

    This session will investigate the most effective role Australia can play in boosting opportunities for refugee protection in the Asia Pacific.

     

    Moderator
    Arash Bordbar, Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network

     

    Speakers
    Guled Mire, Community leader, advocate, writer
    Hafsar Tameesuddin, Human rights defender and activist
    Evan Jones Asylum Access Malaysia (via video conference)
    Hayso Thako, Asia Pacific Network of Refugees (via video conference)

     

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