Building a New Life in Australia is a large longitudinal study that examines how humanitarian migrants settle into a new life in Australia.
Culturally and linguistically diverse families
Recent research undertaken by Foundation House asked young people from refugee backgrounds about their experiences of mental health services.
This resource explores the issues that are commonly experienced by adolescents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Australia
This webinar drew upon recent work undertaken by MYAN to explore good practice when working with adolescents from refugee & migrant backgrounds
A collection of resources that provide information and highlight good practice for professionals working with CALD adolescents.
The consequences and magnitude of violence against children cannot be fully understood without quality research. Yet research on violence is sensitive - and particularly so when it involves child participation.
On Monday 12th November 2012, Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced she would recommend to the Governor General to establish a Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Australia.
Leaving care is a major life transition that involves high levels of anxiety and complexity for the young people involved. The process is made more difficult when young people transitioning from Out-of-Home Care (OOHC) services are also involved in the juvenile justice system.
Accessing maternal and child health services in Melbourne, Australia: Reflections from refugee families and service providers
People from certain refugee backgrounds may have had limited access to healthcare services prior to settling in Australia.
Social and emotional outcomes of young Australian children from Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
Evidence from developed countries suggests that young children from Indigenous and cultural and linguistic diversity (CALD) backgrounds experience poorer health and wellbeing outcomes compared to their peers.