Join the Run for Refugees & Win a FREE TICKET to The Last Survivor

Are you up for an ACTION CHALLENGE?

Join the ASRC Run for Refugees as part of the Melbourne Marathon on Sunday October 9th and make an amazing difference to the lives of people seeking asylum. Watch the video below to hear Kon Karapanagiotidis, ASRC’s CEO talk about the rewards and benefits. To encourage participation, Arts in Action is offering a FREE ticket to The Last Survivor Screening 31st May @ Bella Union.

Sign up at www.run4refugees.org.au and send an email to angie@artsinaction.com.au with your registration details to score a ticket!

Why Run for Refugees?

By joining the Run for Refugees in 2012 you will help raise funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) partners in The Last Survivor film screening.

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre aims to protect and uphold the human rights, wellbeing and dignity of asylum seekers by providing Aid, Empowerment, Justice and Community programs.

“For 10 years the ASRC has been fighting for the human rights of asylum seekers. Over 7000 people have been provided with sanctuary, support and hope by the ASRC in this time and thousands of people have won their freedom through our work. As we enter our 11th year of operation, we find ourselves in the toughest of times, the demand for help at an all time high and the political climate at an all time low. However we can all make a difference.”

How do I register for Run for Refugees?

To register for the Run for Refugees team, complete the registration form which you can download from www.runforrefugees.gofundraise.com.au

You can register for Run for Refugees in any of the 10 Melbourne Marathon categories including:

• Bank of Melbourne Marathon – 42.195km

• Flight Centre Melbourne Half Marathon – 21.1km

• 10km ADULT OVER 55 minutes

• 10km ADULT UNDER 55 minutes

• 10km CHILD OVER 55 minutes

• 10km CHILD UNDER 55 minutes

• 5.7km run ADULT

• 5.7km run CHILD

• 4km walk ADULT

• 4km walk CHILD

Watch the Run For Refugees 3 minute information video by George Clipp

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