Empowering Refugees – A Good Practice Guide to Humanitarian Settlement

The guide, Empowering Refugees – A Good Practice Guide to Humanitarian Settlement, was produced by the Humanitarian Branch of the department for the Research Advisory Council (RAC) of the Standing Committee on Immigration and Multicultural Affairs.

About the guide

This guide presents government and non-government initiatives from around Australia, that assist humanitarian entrants to settle in Australia in the key areas of health, education, employment, law and community harmony as well as focussing on key client groups: youth, family and women. The guide is intended primarily to be a resource for community workers, other professionals and volunteers working in the field of humanitarian settlement. The grassroots good practice examples presented provide ideas and practical solutions for community and government organisations assisting refugees to settle in Australia. The guide is also intended to be a source of inspiration and information for government policy makers. Downloading the guide The guide includes an introduction, 29 case studies sorted by category into nine chapters and an appendix. Each case study can be downloaded as an individual PDF file.

Downloading the guide

The guide includes an introduction, 29 case studies sorted by category into nine chapters and an appendix. Each case study can be downloaded as an individual PDF file.

 

 

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