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OUTSPOKEN IMMIGRATION ADVOCATE, UNDOCUMENTED CHILD MIGRANT OF THE USA, MS TOLU OLUBUNMI IN SYDNEY NEXT WEEK. INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE.




Dear Editor, Media Representative,
 
Outspoken immigration advocate and truth telling entrepreneur Ms Tolu Olubunmi, is a undocumented child migrant of the USA who does not have permanent residency who was recently appointed a special appointee to the United Nations Migration Agency, will give the key note address at the International Metropolis Conference, on Tuesday 30 October at ICC Sydney.
She has served on the World Economic Forum, Global Future Council, and was named as one of 15 Women Changing the World as well as an Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur*
Olubunmi will share passionately her story, her advocacy work in migration, and striving hard to get migrants and refuges the rights they deserve.

She can talk to: Olubunmi, born in Nigeria, worked tirelessly on the 2013 U.S. Senate immigration bill, and invited to introduce President Barack Obama at the White House.
In 2017, the Anti-Defamation League named her an ADL In Concert Against Hate honouree, stating that her “story is a testimony to the resilience within us all, and will give courage and hope to others who confront inhumanity and injustice.”
 
We highly recommend you attend the key note address given by Ms Tolu Olubunmi

What:
International Metropolis Conference, Sydney
When: 9:00am Tuesday 30 October 
Where: International Conference Centre, Sydney, Darling Harbour
As an important media representative, we invite you to attend Tolu Olubunmi’s key note.

Interviews are available upon request. Please email marlise@zadroagency.com.au to secure a media pass or request an on-site interview. 
 
Tolu Olubunmi with President Obama, Metropolis Sydney 2018, Tolu Olubunmi (High res images available)

NOTES TO EDITORS:

Metropolis 2018 – the only gathering of its kind that brings together leaders and experts to discuss migration, diversity and integration.
 
This year’s event is hosted by a consortium, led by Settlement Services International (SSI), in partnership with Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) and Multicultural NSW (MNSW).
 
Global Migration in Turbulent Times
 
The theme for this year’s Conference is Global Migration in Turbulent Times; with a focus on the following eight sub-themes:
  • Enterprise, Innovation and Employment – catalysts for social change?
  • Migration and Mobility – the dynamic shifts in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Displacement and asylum – new dimensions driving an old phenomenon
  • Visible and powerful – migrant voices in a connected world
  • Conflicting agendas? National, local, regional and global responses to the governance of migration
  • Religious diversity – a bridge or a barrier to belonging?
  • Migration and inequality – complex challenges under the microscope
  • Australia a multicultural paradise – myths and realities