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Refugee mothers’ group hopes to start ‘ripple effect’ to bridge Sydney’s east-west divide

January 10, 2018

Title: Refugee mothers’ group hopes to start ‘ripple effect’ to bridge Sydney’s east-west divide

Type: Article

Location: Sydney, Australia

Name of Responsible Persons: Raja Yassine

Source: ABC News

Date: November 22, 2017

 

 

The article is based on an event organized on 22nd of November of 2017. Some refugee and migrant mothers travelled to Sydney's Vaucluse House, where they made new friends a group of Australian women by exchanging food.

 

High school teacher Raja Yassine helped in organizing this event, with the help of travel blogger Victoria Ugarte . For many of the women from both groups, it was their first experience in making friends with someone from a very different culture. Aysha Green, 28, who attended the lunch said: “It's funny, speaking two different languages but you can still totally communicate through your hands and facial expressions”.

 

 

 

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