Welcome to ‘The Show with No Name’ Series 1, Episode 17, 20 June 2019. Dreamed up by Theonie Roussianos and Adaire Palmer to help people in your local community to raise their profile and encourage aw…

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Welcome to ‘The Show with No Name’ Series 1, Episode 17, 20 June 2019. Dreamed up by Theonie Roussianos and Adaire Palmer to help people in your local community to raise their profile and encourage awareness and support for what matters to them and their communities. We also help not-for-profits, charities and service to connect with communities to raise brand awareness and help staff and volunteers working within them to become the best #BrandChampions they can be for their cause. To interact with us during the live broadcast, make sure you’re watching over at the original source on Mytimetv.live here https://www.facebook.com/MyTimetv.live/videos/1255584274590432/

Today is World Refugee Day, and we have the pleasure of interviewing 3 of the of the most inspiring, caring people you’ll ever meet!

Nikala Sim became involved with advocacy of asylum-seekers and refugees held offshore by Australia after she went to Papua New Guinea and was deported for being a journalist. She was returned to Australia in time for the Sydney Palm Sunday Rally for Refugees in April 2017. In 2018, Nikala began to volunteer for a group of doctors who were very concerned about the medical care provided by Australia to asylum-seekers and refugees in Nauru and Papua New Guinea. Nikala resigned from Doctors for Refugees after seven months but continued to connect people in need. Nikala continues to help people who have significant medical issues to get help and is an advocate of the Medical Evacuation Response Group.

Dulce Carolina Muñoz is a human rights and refugee advocate. She is the National Convener of Mums4Refugees, a grassroots network of mothers and carers that provide emergency material, social, medical and legal aid to people seeking asylum and people from refugee backgrounds. She also is running the outreach program from Addison Road Community Centre, the Penny Appeal Mobile Food Pantry along with Mums4Refugees, with the aim to fight food insecurity and isolation in the refugee community in Western Sydney.
Dulce was awarded the Humanitarian Award 2018 from the City of Sydney, the Sparkk Foundation Social Advocacy 2018

Mums for Refugees website: http://www.mums4refugees.org/

Alexandra McGee is the project co-ordinator at Welcoming Australia.

Alex runs a leadership program for people 20-30 years, with a focus on refugee and migrant, the purpose is to further develop cohesion and providing intercultural skills to help create the intercultural future.

Welcoming Australia website: https://welcoming.org.au/

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I am a LIVE video show host on Belive.tv and Lightstream,and Udemy instructor based in Wiltshire.

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