To respond to global emergencies in an efficient real time manner.
To restore dignity to the lives of those who have lost all by fostering human rights protection
Break the cycles of widespread poverty by engaging in strong ethical, sustainable solutions that materialise (Improve Poverty)
We empower communities to be self-reliant and independent
Demonstrate the real Australian non-profit organisation to bring people back together for world peace and harmony.
To bring sustainability to both the beneficiaries and the organisation
We serve people who need it most, relieve their suffering & transform their lives for a great future. people
A Voices For refugees to be hard, a primary international humanitarian development organisation that the rights of refugees to be respected, the human life and dignity of refugees valued, the great contribution refugees make in Australia be a multicultural success story that accepting justice and equality in a world free of suffering and poverty.
Mission & Vision
All Asylum seekers, migrants and refugees are protected, embraced and empowered in a world of just and welcoming communities.
As a volunteers organisation for all people, we stand with and advocate for asylum seeker, migrants and refugees, transforming communities through service and justice.
UFVRA believes refugees has a right to be free from the scourge of war and violence and Poverty and we are to welcome those fleeing persecution and seeking refuge in Australia and other part of the world. At ufvra, this means we are committed to speaking out boldly and standing up for the just treatment of those we serve.
Driven by a desire to serve vulnerable refugees and migrants, we refuse to compromise our moral, economic, and political integrity as we carry out our mission to that end.
Committed to bold action and continuous learning, LIRS invites others to join our mission, eager to embrace fresh perspectives and explore new ways to engage in this work of welcome.
UFVRA depends on a diverse network of community partners, Charity based groups, and private entities to magnify our reach and impact – and they rely on our expertise and leadership.
There are more than 69.8 million people displaced by war, conflict, and persecution, and tens of millions more displaced by climate events including poverty and illiteracy . international human rights organisations, charity organisations, public, private, and other civil organisations have considered the refugees global crisis too difficult to reach and too expensive to serve. At a time when the international community’s ability to respond to these crises is stretched thin.
UFVRA - Australia see it differently, we believes powerful advocacy helps focus the response to ensure that resources are going to those who need it most. we need to see that everyone deserves to live a equal life, a life of Freedom, dignity & opportunity. Those define our core values that we espouse to and they drive our Principles of advocacy, protection and care,
Our advocacy is fearless and independent because we do not accept any government or UN funding, everything we do we it exceptionally. We embrace and learn from our unique and diverse experiences, we let the communities we lead be our map.
We listen, speak with good manners and celebrate all integral transformations.
We are linked together by a led mission to eliminate injustice, poverty and sexual violence by ensuring every refugees is protected. We embrace Teamwork, collaboration, creativity and reliable actions.
Trusted by honesty, accountability and transparency, Without the support of our donors, volunteers and partners our work of rebuilding communities in need would be Impossible. We will honour your contribution with full deceleration