For 30 years, UFVRA Immigration and Refugee Service has been a champion for migrants and refugees from around the globe. Our legacy of courageous and compassionate service has made a difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of people who have sought safety and hope in Australian’s communities and other part of the world. Our history reflects Australian UFVRA's’ deep immigrant roots and passionate commitment to welcoming newcomers, especially those who are most in need. In partnership with Refugee council of Australia, community-based legal and social service providers nationwide, UFVRA has helped over 300,000 migrants and refugees rebuild their lives around the world.
We promotes efforts to protect and welcome refugees, asylees, asylum-seekers, and other forcibly displaced populations including homeless, survivors of sexual abuse and violence, and particularly child sexual abuse
We believe that when people all over the world work together, big changes really are possible. We’re passionate about building a better future. And that’s why we've made it our mission to work in partnership with other passionate people, like you, across the globe to achieve protection, justice and dignity in communities threatened by war conflict , poverty and natural disaster. We think nothing more important other than working together as volunteers. Thank you for joining our move.
UFVRA consent to strive for a better future for all in the world of work requires it to understand and anticipate the transformation drivers of change which are already in organization operation; and to be ready to respond rapidly to events and challenges which cannot reasonably be predicted. It seems inconceivable that the UFVRA’s quest for advocacy and social justice that could be carried out satisfactorily if the Organization did not continue to reach out to the most vulnerable. UFVRA will rightly be judged by what we do for the weakest and most disadvantaged, for those in poverty, without work, without opportunity, prospects or hope, for those suffering denial of essential rights and freedoms.
Since 2014, United Federation Of Volunteers For Refugee Action (UFVRA) Inc, has maintained and developed a system of its standards aimed at refugees and people seeking asylum and promoting opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work, in conditions of freedom, equity, security and dignity. In today's globalized economy, UFVRA standards are an essential component in the international framework for ensuring that the growth of the global economy provides benefits to all and free for all.