The Multicultural Men’s Group of SA will like to thank all those who joined us to celebrate Refugee Week 2021 on Saturday 26th of June 2021 at Salisbury West Sports Club, Londonderry Avenue, Salisbury Downs.

In line with this year’s Refugee Week’s theme of Unity, the event kicked off with a friendly soccer match between Fouta FC & Horn of Africa FC followed by BBQ and a Q&A on Bior’s Aguer’s recently published book ‘Journal of a Refugee’.
Both teams did very well with Fouta FC clinching this year’s trophy.
Bior Aguer a young spoken word poet talked about his book and read one of his poems to the audience. It was an inspiring and touching performance from Bior, who migrated to Australia aged five.
The Multicultural Men’s Group would like to thank the Hon Zoe Bettison, Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Mayor Gillian Aldridge and Dennis Yengi, Chairperson for the African Communities Council of SA for attending the event.
We also appreciate the support from members of the Multicultural Men’s group to the success of the event. A big thank you to the Salisbury West Sports club for hosting us.
The event was organized to help raise awareness about refugees and celebrate the contributions made by refugees to Australian society.
This year MCCSA celebrated Refugee week through a variety of activities. Our youth group visited Bordertown High School and ran a number of Q&A Sessions with students from years12, 11, 10 and 9 on the meaning of Refugee Week, thank you to all those who hosted us and to the Bordertown Community.
MCCSA would also like to thank all the volunteers in the refugee services sector and frontline responders keeping us safe as we slowly ease back to the new normalcy.