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Research Partnerships and Reports
Through our research collaborations and partnerships with the following organisations, the AMRC raises awareness of the settlement experiences and issues that affect refugees and migrant groups.
Partner to the University of South Australia on the following projects:
Rebuilding Life after Migration: Settlement Experiences of Refugee and Migrant Youth
Improving intercultural relations in Australia with the Sansom Institute for Health Research.
Partner to the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy; Centre for Workplace Excellence – UniSA; Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research, The University of Adelaide; and Multicultural Youth South Australia on Pathways to Active Citizenship Research Report 2019.
Reference Group member of the Housing and Health Research conducted in collaboration with Shelter SA.
Partner to the University of Adelaide’s Hugo Centre on the following projects:
Living and Working in Whyalla Tour Report with the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research, The University of Adelaide; and Regional Development Australia Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula (October 2019).
The Welcoming City Project in Murray Bridge with the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research, The University of Adelaide; Rural City of Murray Bridge; and the Murraylands MRC, funded by the Scanlon Foundation: Murray Bridge: A blueprint for good migrant settlement(February 2018).
A study of Burmese 10 year settlement in South Australia with the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research, The University of Adelaide; Northern Area MRC; Mount Gambier MRC; Chin community of South Australia; and Karen and Karenni communities of Mount Gambier (2017).
With the Adelaide University’s School of Public Health Bushfire and Heatwave Information Resource for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities through the Emergency Management project funded by the Attorney General’s Department of the Australian Government under the National Emergency Management Projects (NEMP) funding.
Pathways to Active Citizenship Research Report 2019, University of South Australia (UniSA) – School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy; UniSA – Centre for Workplace Excellence; The University of Adelaide, Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research; Multicultural Youth South Australia (MYSA) and AMRC
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