INS Staff ‘Restoring Hope’ During Refugee Week

  • Technology Support Attendant James Farrell has been recognised for his work with the Griffith University Refugee Student Association (GURSA) during Refugee Week at the Logan campus.

James provided AV support for the ‘Restoring Hope’ event that raised awareness about the issues affecting refugees, and celebrated the positive contributions refugees make to Australian society.

The event was attended my members of the Griffith community and local high school students, along with representatives from Amnesty International, the University of Southern Queensland and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

James was a terrific ambassador for Griffith throughout the event, and this recognition is a fine example of the work being done by INS around the University.

More information about Refugee Week is available at Griffith NewsCongratulations James! 

Griffith students Kim and Kiba during the Restoring Hope event at the Logan campus.

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