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Culture of Connection presents the Mardini/Metran family and how they are coping through Coronavirus

Jean and Caroline have been in Australia for around 3-years, finding refuge in Australia from the Syrian conflict.

Caroline is a music teacher but right now she's busy looking after their young son, Adam. Jean was doing an apprenticeship to be a chef, but has had to put that on hold for now. Cyrine and Karen are home from school but keeping occupied with arts and crafts, baking, exercise and music. Watch this heartwarming message from the family to everyone getting through these Coronavirus restrictions.

Click the image to watch the video.

 


Culture of Connection invites communities and organisations across Australia to record and share with us your unique experiences, your stories, your creativity and your messages of hope and resilience through these extraordinary circumstances.
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