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Bishop launches tv commercial in support of exiled South Sudanese school students

The Assistant Bishop of Melbourne has produced a tv commercial urging people to give South Sudanese exiles a “safe start” to the school year.

31 January 2018

Melbourne bishop defends “fine” South Sudanese over “African-gangs media-frenzy”

Bishop Philip Huggins says the church should do more to support the South Sudanese migrant and refugee community in Victoria state.

18 January 2018

Australian churches call for resettlement of Manus Island refugees

Three ecumenical groups are urging the Australian Government to re-settle refugees formerly housed in the Manus Island refugee camp.

28 November 2017

Anglican bishop appointed ecumenical president

The Bishop of Melbourne, Philip Huggins, has been installed as the eighth president of National Council of Churches in Australia.

06 July 2016

Bishop speaks out after asylum tragedy

The Anglican Church of Australia has called for a review of the country’s asylum and refugee policies after a violent break-out at a regional processing facility on Manus Island resulted in the death of an Iranian asylum seeker.

21 February 2014

Australian bishop calls for "decent treatment" for asylum seekers

The chair of the Melbourne Anglican Social Responsibility Committee, the Rt Revd Philip Huggins, Assistant Bishop of the Northern Region of Melbourne, has called for asylum seekers in Australia to receive "decent treatment" from the Australian government.

26 July 2013

 

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