'A universal language': How Wollongong's new football world cup for refugees took off

Joel Ehsman
Updated June 23 2024 - 5:49pm, first published 4:36pm
Htjaru Htjaru who organised the Refugee Indoor Football World Cup. Picture by Robert Peet
Htjaru Htjaru who organised the Refugee Indoor Football World Cup. Picture by Robert Peet

Htjaru Htjaru wanted to create a space for the thousands of refugees welcomed into Australia every year.

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Joel Ehsman

Joel Ehsman

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Reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, covering the local community. Got a tip? Send it through to me at joel.ehsman@austcommunitymedia.com.au. He/Him

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