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Halina Rubin was born in Warsaw just as Germany invaded Poland. Her family fled to the Soviet Union where she and her mother survived together, against all odds. In 1968, in response to government-instigated anti-Semitism, she emigrated to Australia and settled in Melbourne. In 2001, moved to action by the plight of asylum seekers, she started writing to young people incarcerated in Nauru. Since then, Rubin has been an active advocate for refugees.