Seeking Humanity

Wendy Sharpe appointed as first Asylum Seekers Centre Ambassador

5 Aug, 2015

Wendy Sharpe appointed as first Asylum Seekers Centre Ambassador

We are delighted that Wendy Sharpe has accepted the role as our first Ambassador.

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Seeking Humanity Update

28 May, 2015

The public response to Seeking Humanity was quite overwhelming and we are proud and grateful to Wendy Sharpe for giving us the opportunity to convey the important message of a shared humanity to the general community.

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Eve – Europe

9 Mar, 2015

Eve – Europe

“Sometimes I feel like I am Alice in Wonderland. In my life, most adults are nonsense. I wish I could just wake up one day in a home which is my family’s …”

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Murray – Africa

4 Mar, 2015

Murray – Africa

“I am studying to be a social worker and I have been working with people in my community, the majority from refugee backgrounds. …”

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Holzay – Africa

27 Feb, 2015

Holzay – Africa

“I have always wanted to be a pilot. As soon as I got to Australia I applied online to be a navy pilot but a woman called and said you need to be an Australian citizen first. I play football. Soccer. I’m very good at soccer. And I know how to run. I love Usain Bolt. I’d like to run with him once – even if he passes me. Like now, my plans are to get into the navy, get married and to buy a Lamborghini. Like Usain Bolt: a fast man who drives a fast car. Wendy asked me what I would like to have on my t-shirt and I asked for a ‘S’ for Superman.” Holzay’s portrait and story is part of Seeking Humanity.  Don’t miss this beautiful art exhibition by Wendy Sharpe which will be on display at The Muse, Sydney TAFE, Harris Street, Ultimo.  17 February to 12 March. Tuesday to Sunday – 10 am to 4 pm. Admission free. Seeking Humanity exhibition or Purchase an exhibition...

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Moz Moz – Middle East

29 Jan, 2015

Moz Moz – Middle East

“I want all the world to see me in my uniform because I am a woman and a nurse.  I wear this smiling face necklace because I want all my patients and their families to smile and to be happy and relaxed.   I don’t want anyone to feel pity for me – I am a strong woman.  My daughter is very independent and has a strong personality – just like her mother!  My dream is to work as a catheterisation nurse again.  This is my life, my choice.” Moz Moz’s portrait and story is part of Seeking Humanity.  Don’t miss this beautiful art exhibition by Wendy Sharpe which will be on display at The Muse, Sydney TAFE, Harris Street, Ultimo.  17 February to 12 March.  Tuesday to Sunday – 10 am to 4 pm. Admission...

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