The social experiement of African refugees in outback Australia

A year ago the small rural community of Mingoola on the New South Wales-Queensland border was facing a bleak future. Meanwhile in Western Sydney, refugee advocate Emmanuel Musoni saw problems affecting people in his community who’d come from war-ravaged countries of central Africa.

When they were put in contact late last year, they saw a solution to both their problems; a model many now believe could be used to help struggling rural communities across the country.

You can read more about Mingoola’s social experiment here:

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