These stories from migrant women tell us how a sense of belonging can be forged from new experiences, relationships and places.
In Migrant Mothers of Australia, photographer Sevim Dogan has documented the experiences of migrant women over eighty years old who have journeyed from all corners of the globe to make Australia their home. These are wonderfully intimate portraits of women who have faced the changing realities of their lives with courage and dignity.
The stories appear in Sheilas: an initiative of the Victorian Women’s Trust. We love Sheilas. You can register here to receive copies straight into your inbox.