The Refugee Advice and Casework Service [RACS] is at the forefront of the greatest humanitarian crises around the world. As more comes to light about the plight of Rohingya refugees and the asylum seekers abandoned on Manus Island, the work of organisations such as RACS has never been more vital. Refugees desperately need advocates and legal support when coming up against Australia's inhumane asylum seeker policy and our complex legal system. Thankfully, RACS is there to offer that support. I am proud that the people of the inner west whom I represent are a diverse and progressive community with a history of supporting organisations such as RACS. I am proud that inner west residents will always stand up—arms open—to welcome the most vulnerable. With 80 per cent of their work unfunded and refugee crises worsening around the world, now is the time to support RACS and refugee advocates. I wish them well in their endeavours.