Our action

we take inspiration from the world around us. That’s why all our values are drawn from our community and the people we represent.

  • We believe in delivering meaningful, relevant and consistent help to people in our community, regardless of their religion, race, gender, sexuality or politics.

  • We believe our services should always be focused on the end user, who should be consulted and represented at every stage.

  • We believe in partnering with other organisations to maximise our resources and further our aims.

  • We believe that people have a right to be informed about all the services that are available to them.

Our aims

  • To help refugees settle into Australian community

  • To support the education of new immigrants

  • To help new arrivals develop citizenship skills

  • To support mental health in camp overstayed refugees people

  • To elevate women in society

  • To increase awareness of health and wellbeing issues

  • To help young people become self-reliant, confident and happy

  • To promote shared values and cohesive communities

  • To spread the positive values of Islam

  • To challenge prejudice, stereotypes and misconceptions

  • To help build a stronger  Australian's together

Complaints relating to a breach of the ACFID Code of Conduct can be made to our Complaints Officer by emailing complaints.admin@ufvra.org.au. The ACFID Code of Conduct offers a mechanism to address concerns relating to signatories conduct.

Complaints against a signatory agency may be initiated by any member of the public and lodged with the ACFID Code of Conduct Committee.

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