Deported to Danger II - September 2006

Deported to Danger II - The Continuing Study of Australia's Treatment of Rejected Asylum Seekers - September 2006

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Edmund Rice Centre Sends More Information to DIMA

Phil Glendenning, Director of the Edmund Rice Centre, today sent the names of two Afghani asylum seekers, and three children of asylum seekers, who have been killed since their return from Australia to the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs. This includes three names in addition to the two people who the Centre confirmed had died earlier this week.

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The Edmund Rice Centre pays tribute to Rick Farely, a champion of Reconciliation who made a significant contribution to the country

The reconciliation movement lost one of its greatest champions with the passing of Rick Farley, director of the Edmund Rice Centre, Phil Glendenning said today.

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Debunking the Myths About Muslims in Australia released by Edmund Rice Centre

The Edmund Rice Centre today publicly released a document Debunking the Myths About Muslims in Australia to deal with the stereotyping and discrimination Muslim Australians have had to face in the wake of the war on terror and the riots on Sydney beaches.

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Beach Riots Inevitable Product of the Politics of Division - ERC condemns violence on our beaches

The Director of the Edmund Rice Centre today condemned the violence on southern Sydney beaches describing it as “years of policy neglect in the area of community relations coming home to roost”. 

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Letter Printed in The Australian - 21 May 2005

Edmund Rice Centre Director Phil Glendenning wrote this letter to The Australian in response to claims made by Minister for Immigration Amanda Vanstone about the Centre's work:

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Freedom Ride Finds Reconciliation at the Grassroots

Phil Glendenning, Director of the Edmund Rice Centre and National President of Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR), today welcomed home participants in the Freedom Ride 2005. The Freedom Ride 2005 was organized by the ReconciliACTION Network, and supported by ANTaR and the Edmund Rice Centre.

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