Day recognised refugees' input

Tun Moe is part of a Burmese dance group at Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Tun Moe is part of a Burmese dance group at Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Cadena Simonyans, part of the Assyrian dance group for Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Cadena Simonyans, part of the Assyrian dance group for Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Refugee Week celebrations being held at Fairfield High School. Picture: Simon Bennett

Refugee Week celebrations being held at Fairfield High School. Picture: Simon Bennett

Farzana hekmat from Afghani Culture holding her product at refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Farzana hekmat from Afghani Culture holding her product at refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Nkoola Experito holding one of his paintings at Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Nkoola Experito holding one of his paintings at Refugee week celebrations. Picture: Simon Bennett

Refugee Week celebrations being held at Fairfield High School. Picture: Simon Bennett

Refugee Week celebrations being held at Fairfield High School. Picture: Simon Bennett

TUN Moe (left) was part of a Burmese dance group which performed at a Refugee Week Festival at Fairfield High School last Saturday.

The day was a celebration of Australia's refugee and humanitarian program and included cultural performances, food stalls, children's activities, buskers, craft displays and traditional cosutmes.

There was also a youth soccer competition.

The event was hosted by the Fairfield Migrant Resources Centre to celebrate the achievements of all refugees who have arrived in Australia since 1946.

View a gallery of photos from the day here.

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