Recent research with refugee families and specialist service providers looks at both mainstream and specialist migrant and refugee services that are critical to supporting the resettlement of refugee families in Australia.
The Talking about health and experiences of using health services with people from refugee backgrounds project conducted 115 consultations with people from refugee backgrounds, including people seeking asylum, in Victoria in March and April 2016. The consultations asked people about t
This report presents the process and the findings from a project conducted by the Victorian Refugee Health Network from July 2015 to July 2016. The project aimed to consult with people from refugee backgrounds, including people seeking asylum, about health and experience of using heal
The Refugee Council of Australia has submitted its annual recommendations for the Federal Government’s Refugee and Humanitarian Program and broader refugee policy. The recommendations are based on consultations with communities in every state.
Delivering for Diversity – Cultural Diversity Plan 2016 – 2019 plan provides a framework for the Department of Health and Human Services to embed cultural diversity in all the department’s services, programs and policies.
This report is the culmination of several STARTTS consultations with Sri Lankan Tamil community groups in Sydney. The report provides a history of the conflict in Sri Lanka, the Tamil community in NSW, and issues relevant to health including traditional ways of coping, mourning, and c
This report provides a summary of diverse community perspectives relating to the accessibility and quality of Australian Government service delivery, highlighting gaps, key issue areas, models of good practice and opportunities for continued development and reform. Click the button be
The Victorian Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health Action Plan 2014-2018 was launched by the Hon. David Davis, Victorian Minister for Health, on 19 June 2014. The plan was the result of a collaboration between the Department of Health and the Victorian Refugee Health Network, and involve