Publications

The AMRC provides information on settlement and multicultural affairs. Its library is used by research students and other interested parties to inform on the work of the settlement sector. If you are a research student or research party, please contact us at admin@amrc.org.au to inform on the settlement sectors work.

Conference and other Forum Reports

  • ‘When Do I Stop Being a Refugee? The Journey Towards Citizenship and Community Inclusivity Conference Report’, 2006
  • ‘The Voices of Refugee Youth: A Survey of the Issues and Challenges for Young People At Risk from New and Emerging Communities Report’, 2007
  • ‘Making Our Voices Heard’: African Communities Speak Out Conference Report, 2008
  • ‘Making a Difference’: Report for the National Social Inclusion Conference, 2008
  • ‘Shaping the Future’: Regional Multicultural Conference Report, 2008
  • ‘Survey Report of General Practitioners’ (with SAMCSS) 2009
  • ‘Settlement Services – Building a Future for Social Inclusion’: Settlement Council of Australia Conference Report, 2009
  • ‘Sustainable Regional Settlement Project Report’ (Limestone Coast) 2010
  • Settlement Council of Australia, ‘Second National Settlement Conference Report: Creating our Future’, 2012
  • Enabling Rural Migrant Settlement: A Case Study of the Limestone Coast, funded by the Local Government Association of SA 2014
  • Youth and Community Safety Forum Report 2015
  • Intergenerational Youth Forum, Let’s Talk Together About Living Safe 2015
  • Navigating Employment Pathways Forum and Expo – Forum Report 2016
  • Arabic-Speaking Women’s Empowerment Project Report 2016
  • Embracing Health and Diversity Migrant and Refugee Health Forum 2017
  • The Role of the DECD in Effective Humanitarian Settlement 2017
  • Developing a Youth Safety Strategy – Youth Engagement Feedback Report, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, Community Services Division 2017
  • AMRC Information, Linkages and Capacity (ILC) Roundtable Report November 2017
  • The Australian Standard for Welcoming Cities 2018
  • Rural and Regional Mobilities: Exploring the Impact of (Im)mobilities on Rural and Regional Communities Report, Hawke EU Centre, University of South Australia 2018
  • Council of Migrant and Refugee Women of SA (CMRW) Roundtable Report 2018
  • Murray Bridge: A blueprint for good migrant settlement 2018, University of Adelaide, Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research
  • AMRC Youth Consultation Report March 2018
  • AMRC, Department for Industry and Skills, Northern Futures, Disability Workforce Hub and Myriad International Consulting Services – ‘Culturally Responsive Services: A Resource for NDIS Service Providers’ 2018
  • Youth Symposium: Leading for our Future Report 2018, AMRC, Commissioner for Children and Young People SA and Myriad International Consulting Services

Articles and Papers

  • Tsoulis, Eugenia, 2007, ‘Young Refugees – Identity and Wellbeing’, Synergy, no. 3.
  • Tsoulis, Eugenia 2007, ‘A Commitment to an Australia For All Australians’, Australian Mosaic, iss.16, pp. 13-14.
  • Tsoulis, Eugenia 2007, ‘Synchronising Competing Policies and Service Models Towards Effective Participation’, paper delivered at the FECCA Congress.
  • Masika, Joseph 2010, ‘Helping Traumatised Refugees to Resettle’, medicSA, vol. 23, no. 10.
  • Masika, Joseph 2010, ‘Refugee Health Assessments and General Practice’, medicSA, vol. 23. no. 2.
  • Tsoulis, Eugenia 2011, ‘Submission to the Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Citizenship on Australia’s Humanitarian Program 2011–2012’.
  • Tsoulis, E. (2013). Hand in Hand: Indigenous Australia and Multiculturalism. In A. Jakubowicz and C. Ho (Eds.), For those who’ve come across the seas: Australian multicultural theory and practice (pp. 249-258). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Embracing Health and Diversity Migrant Refugee Heath Forum Presentation March 2017.
  • The Role of the DECD in Effective Humanitarian Settlement Forum Presentation April 2017.
  • Tsoulis, E Inquiry into Migrant Settlement Outcomes, January 2017.

Recent Project and Exhibition Catalogues

  • 2010 UnderXposed – A photographic dialogue with young people of refugee background
  • 2011 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2012 Hand in Hand – Youth Photographic Project Catalogue
  • 2012 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2013 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2014 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2015 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2016 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2017 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2018 SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Awards Exhibition
  • 2017 Rumi In Our Own Voices
  • 2018 In Our Own Voices Exhibition and Book

Other partnership initiatives

  • Andrew Hill, 2006, Here & Now: Photographs and Oral Histories of Australians of Refugee Background
  • Jakubowicz, A & Ho, C. ‘For those who’ve come across the seas: Australian Multicultural Theory and Practice,’ Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Young People Actively Engaged: Migrant Resource Centre of SA Youth Empowerment Program Annual Report 2008–2009
  • Lindemann (2009), To the Beat of His Own Drum: The Ben Yengi Story, Prospect, SA: Gramarye Press.
  • Young People Actively Engaged: Migrant Resource Centre of SA Youth Empowerment Program Annual Report 2009–2010
  • Akoi Manyiel Guong & Sandra Lindemann (2011), Realising the Dream: Journey of a Lost Boy, Gramarye Press.
  • Sandra Lindeman, 2013, Helping to Build Australia: Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia—Thirty Years of Multicultural Community Service 1983–2013
  • Juma Abuyi (2014) African Men’s Experiences in Australia – resettlement processes and the impact of service provision, Five Star Digital.
  • Pathways to Active Citizenship in partner with the University of Adelaide, Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research and Multicultural Youth SA 2017
  • AMRC and Myriad International Consulting Services, ‘Working with New and Emerging Communities to Prevent Family and Domestic Violence – Good Practice Resource’ 2017
  • Report on a Decade of Burmese Settlement in SA in partner with University of Adelaide, Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research and Mount Gambier Migrant Resource Centre 2018

Annual Reports

  • Australian Migrant Resource Centre Annual Report
    January–December 2017
  • Australian Migrant Resource Centre  Annual Report
    January–December 2016
  • Australian Migrant Resource Centre Annual Report
    January–December 2015
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2014
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2013
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2012
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2011
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2010
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2009
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2008
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2007
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2006
  • Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia Annual Report
    January–December 2005

Handbooks

  • MRCSA Policies and Procedures Handbook, 2016
  • Responsibilities of Community Management Committees Training Handbook
  • MRC Works Certificate II in Community Services Training Workbook 2017
  • Humanitarian Settlement Service Orientation Program – Updated 2017 (Compiled by AMRC)
  • Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Discussion Group Workbooks: Dealing with Disobedience, Developing Good Bedtime Routines, Hassle-free Shopping with Children, and Managing Fighting and Aggression

Translated Training Resources

Parent Easy Guides for New and Establishing Communities

  • Families health and wellbeing
  • Families and teenagers
  • Families and young children
  • Keeping children safe
  • Families and the law
  • Triple P Positive Parenting Program: Tips on how to be a successful parent DVD

Australian Law Series for New and Establishing Communities

Australian law and the family

  • Series 1 – Family law and your family
  • Series 2 – Young people and the law
  • Series 3 – The role of the police in South Australia

Consumer Law in South Australia

  • Series 1 – Your rights and responsibilities as a consumer
  • Series 2 – Buying your own home or car
  • Series 3 – Renting a property

Parenting SA Guides

  • Family Health and Wellbeing – Multicultural Parent Easy Guide 1
  • Families and Teenagers – Multicultural Parent Easy Guide 2
  • Families and Young Children – Multicultural Parent Easy Guide 3
  • Keeping Children Safe – Multicultural Parent Easy Guide 4
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