Barriers and Exclusions: the support needs of newly arrived refugees with a disability The Settlement Council of Australia (SCOA); Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA); the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA); and the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) has released a new report outlining the significant obstacles faced by refugees with disabilities who are living in Australia. – February 2019
Making the Global Compacts Work: What future for refugees and migrants? April 2018 A Kaldor Centre Policy Brief, published in partnership with The New School’s Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility. This Policy Brief examines two international agreements under negotiation at the United Nations – the Global Compact on Refugees, and the Global Compact on Safe, Regular and Orderly Migration – and concludes they have potential to significantly improve the international systems of refugee protection and migration management. Kaldor Centre‘s other resources about the Global Compacts.
Addressing the Pain of Separation for Refugee Families New Report from the Refugee Council of Australia – September 2017 “Family reunion is key. The reason why it is number one in my list [of concerns] is that socially, psychologically, emotionally, financially, [family separation] is not viable.” – Former refugee from South Sudan