Project Humanity is an activity of HOST that is dedicated to improving the opportunities, education, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers within Australia who are unable to access government support services.

Based in Sydney and Adelaide, our objective is to assist and support new Australians as they settle into life in their new country. We aim to work with both government and community funding to provide support and welfare services to distressed individuals and families.

Our team

Nasiba Akram Haidari


Veronica Scoot


Anne Sheehan


Ian Trevallion

Volunteer Psychologist

Our services

  • Welfare casework services
    We provide assessment, offer advice and referrals, and any emergency intervention if necessary.
  • Employment support
    We assist with job referrals and job searches, skills training, documentation preparation, employer liaison, and post-placement support.
  • Education support services
    We help with language courses and assistance with social and cultural skills.
  • Mental health services
    We provide assessments, counselling, advocacy, and referrals to further mental health assistance.
  • Legal referral services
    We help with referrals to appropriate legal assistance and provide information on additional services needed.
  • Community
    We provide a safe place for small interest groups, connect you with activities and courses aligned with your interests.