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Friday 26 Aug 2016
As the dust settles on the 2016 Olympic and teams are welcomed home, some spectators may now be wondering, “so what happens to Team Refugee?”
Thursday 25 Aug 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
I'll be honest: seeing the realities of life in Vietnam has been uncomfortable. But that's a good thing: it moves us to make a difference.
Wednesday 10 Aug 2016 · Hope Mornings
In 2015 the New York Times reported that Yazidi women were being used by ISIS as sex slaves. Now, the stories those who've escaped and are being restored.
Monday 1 Aug 2016
Hope 103.2 caught up with Fiona de Jong about a special new addition to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games: an official team of 10 refugees from nations around the world...Team Refugee.
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Friday 22 Jul 2016
Support is growing for a 'close the doors to Muslims' policy, but one Christian commentator & Islam expert says it's an uninformed and unnecessary approach.
A Christian researcher into Islam says that love, friendship and appeals to theology are the way to change an extreme Islamist's heart.
Wednesday 13 Jul 2016
If you’ve got a spare room or a granny flat, you can now make a tangible difference in the life of an asylum seeker or refugee, thanks to 'Enough Room'.
Thursday 7 Jul 2016
The mobile phones of greyhound rescuers across Australia ran hot this afternoon, as they shared the news around: greyhound racing in NSW is being banned.
Wednesday 6 Jul 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
The remarkable story of The Big Issue, the magazine that's been getting homeless Aussies back on their feet for 20 years now.
Tuesday 5 Jul 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
It’s amazing how good toilet paper can be. Especially when half its profits go towards saving lives and providing sanitation in developing nations.
Wednesday 22 Jun 2016
If you’ve got access to a ping-pong table, bats, a pile of bouncy white balls, and some willing mates, you can help fight slavery—with the Ping-Pong-A-Thon
Tuesday 21 Jun 2016
It’s “the film the Australian Government doesn’t want you to see”—and it’s selling tickets surprisingly fast, for a social activism documentary.