Making coffee in less than 60 seconds: Coolibah Cafe trains asylum seekers 

December 2015

The Brotherhood's centre for disadvantaged seniors has opened a café for staff, volunteers and visitors. Our employment program, Given the Chance, is using the café to train asylum seekers. If you have a spare 60 seconds, settle in and have a watch.

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