Settlement Services International (SSI) in Ashfield is celebrating 20 years of supporting and advocating for refugees, migrant and asylum seeker communities across the inner west. Since 2000, SSI has helped countless migrants and families connect and build their lives in Australia, providing programs, resources and support including housing assistance, employment and legal support. To celebrate, SSI launched #20for2020, a collection of refugee and asylum seeker success stories. Adi Tefera, an Ethiopian refugee shares her story, including being a participant in the SSI Ignite Small Business Start-up initiative, which helps support the establishment of small businesses run by refugees. Adi ran a morning coffee business as part of Summer Hill's the Trading Circle and Four Brave Women Cafe - a refugee run social enterprise and cafe. At the Four Brave Women, Adi launched her own traditional Ethiopian breakfasts; a beloved breakfast spot for inner westies. Hers is just one of many stories celebrated in #20for2020 and one of the many lives transformed by SSI. I thank and congratulate CEO Violet Roumeliotis and all the caseworkers, immigration lawyers, and staff who have changed countless lives and provided unparalleled support to marginalised people in our community over 20 years.