This Research Summary explores participants' risk of psychological distress shortly after arrival in Australia and at annual interviews after that.
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A discussion about the factors affecting the settlement success for recently arrived humanitarian migrants.
English skills, engagement in education, and entrance into employment of recently arrived humanitarian migrants
This research summary explores the factors affecting the settlement success of humanitarian migrants.
Empowering migrant and refugee women: Supporting and empowering women beyond five-year post-settlement
This report presents findings from the Empowering Migrant and Refugee Women study.
Wave 1 findings from the Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) longitudinal study.
This resource explores the issues that are commonly experienced by adolescents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Australia
Groups and communities at risk of domestic and family violence: A review and evaluation of domestic and family violence prevention and early intervention services focusing on at-risk groups and communities
Features case studies and a service map comparing programs from New South Wales and other states.
Building a New Life in Australia is a new longitudinal study that will investigate the settlement pathways and outcomes of newly arrived humanitarian migrants, focusing particularly on the factors that promote or hinder a successful transition. This article introduces this new study, and explains its conceptualisation and development, design, topics covered, recruitment, and the survey methodology for Wave 1 data collection. It is anticipated that the first findings from the study will be available in late 2014-early 2015.
Dispute resolution practitioners should be aware of how culture is embedded in mediation processes and of the cultural values and communication patterns they and the parties bring to the process. This awareness will help them to engage in respectful dialogue about cultural contexts, respond ethically to the cultural power dynamics present in the mediation, and support the control that parties have over the mediation.