The inspiring true story of David Nyuol Vincent, a Sudanese refugee who survived famine, wars and 17 years in refugee camps to build a new life in Australia.
David Nyuol Vincent is one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. He was trained as a child soldier in Ethiopia and lived as a refugee in Kenya until he was twenty-six. Since rebuilding his life in Australia, David has become an advocate for refugees and the Sudanese community and he is a Victorian Human Rights Youth Ambassador and a People of Australia Ambassador. He also helped to set up an all-Sudanese refugee football team, the Western Tigers, in the Brimbank soccer league. David is a true humanitarian and is committed to achieving peace for his people in Sudan. Carol Nader is an award-winning journalist who worked for The Age for fifteen years. She is a former health editor and social policy editor and has written extensively on child protection and family law, race and ethnic affairs, the health system, abortion law reform, IVF laws, gay rights, mental health and medical research. She has been honoured with awards from the Victorian Law Foundation, Research Australia and the National Press Club.