October 18, 2017
Luke Waters via SBS Australia
Employment struggles, casual racism, and the reputation of the so-called Apex gang are all issues confronting the community. What are the solutions?
Members of Melbourne’s South Sudanese community say racism, the reputation of the so-called Apex gang, and barriers to employment are all challenges they continue to face.
Around 30 people gathered at a modest community hall in Noble Park in Melbourne’s south-east for a forum aimed at airing ongoing issues of integration and settlement in the area.
Participants described everyday experiences of being South Sudanese in Australia.
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