Asylum Seekers Centre community speakers program

Am one of the community speakers. Have done one speech so far, to about 60 people.

https://asylumseekerscentre.org.au/introducing-our-community-speakers-program/

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We have a network of over 25 community speakers, who come from a wide range of professional and cultural backgrounds. Our speakers are an important link between our Centre and the community. They have been specially recruited and trained with the skills and knowledge required to talk to the community about people seeking asylum and the work of the Centre.

Our presentations

Our presentations are free and suitable for a wide variety of audiences such as:
Community groups and clubs
Schools and higher education organisations
Churches and other religious groups
Professional associations and organisations
Health organisations
Multicultural groups

Presentations are typically 30 minutes in duration, which includes Q&A time. Presentations can, however, be tailored to meet the specific needs of your audience.

How to book a Community Speaker

We recommend booking a speaker at least one month prior to your event. To make a speaker booking click here.

Our Community Speakers Program currently runs across Sydney only. If you are from regional or rural NSW and are interested in our program we would like to hear from you, as we will be looking at ways to extend our community reach to areas outside of Sydney in the near future.

How can I find out more?

To find out more about the ASC Community Speakers Program please send us an an email tocsp@asylumseekerscentre.org.au
To find out more about other ways that you can support the work of the ASC click here.

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Our Community Speakers Program is supported by the City of Sydney and the Pratt Foundation.

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