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In celebration of Refugee Week, the Williamstown Library welcomes David Nyuol Vincent to share his uplifting and perilous journey to Australia. Known as one of the lost boys of Sudan, David endured famine, civil war and 17 years in a refugee camp.

After being granted his Australian humanitarian visa, David graduated university, founded the cross-cultural NGO Peace Palette and wrote his autobiography The Boy Who Wouldn't Die.

World Refugee Week: David Nyuol Vincent author talk details

Address
104 Ferguson St, Williamstown 3016

Telephone 03 9932 4170

Transport
Nearby Stations: North Williamstown; Williamstown Beach

Price FREE
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Date Wed 18 Jun

Open 6.30-7.30pm

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