The Meaning of Rights in Refugee Settlement

When:22 Feb 2017, 5:45pm - 7pm
Venue:Ainsworth Building Foyer, UNSW Kensington
Who:Forced Migration Research Network

The Meaning of Rights in Refugee Settlement Invitation

These training materials were developed in response to the frustration reported by many refugee communities in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria who find the laws and rights relating to family life in Australia confusing and challenging.

They were produced as part of the ARC Funded Linkage Project - The Meaning of Rights in Refugee Settlement. In this important project, researchers from the UNSW Centre for Refugee Research have worked with partner agencies and refugee communities to explore how understandings of human rights influence refugee settlement in Australia and to develop policy and service responses

All materials can be accessed and downloaded from:
www.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/forced-migration-research-network/resources/

The launch will be held in the foyer of the Ainsworth Building, UNSW immediately following the close of the first day of the Refugee Alternatives Conference hosted by the UNSW Grand Challenge on Refugees and Migrants, and the Refugee Council of Australia. To be followed by the Conference welcome BBQ.

For further information or to RSVP email: linda.bartolomei@unsw.edu.au. Conference delegates do not need to RSVP.