Australians will be encouraged to reach out and meet a refugee, someone who has fallen through the cracks and learn their story at the 2016 Oration for the UNESCO Chair for Cultural Diversity and Social Justice. Read the full story.
- Journal of Intercultural Studies Volume 45, Issue 1
- Parallel lives or active citizens? Examining the interplay between multicultural service provision and civic engagement in Australia
- Living at the Fence – Navigating Complexities While Settling in New Country: Lived Experiences of South Sudanese Refugees in Australia
- Scaling the ‘Ageing Migrant Body’ in Digital era: A Case of Older Chinese Migrants in Australia During the Covid-19 Pandemic
- “The Best Risky Point”: Agency and Decision-Making in Young Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers’ Stories