Research on all things Greek – from the country’s current economic crisis to the use of Greek mythology in computer games – is the focus of a two-day conference at Flinders starting today.
A Flinders conference will address cultural and linguistic barriers that adversely affect access to legal, health and financial services for ageing migrants.
A Flinders University law graduate from Bangladesh has been using the power of print to push for better labour rights and protection for economic migrants in his home country.
Language barriers, unemployment, a lack of rental history and racism limit housing options for migrants and refugees.
As a boy, Flinders final-year medical student Jawed Noori was used to the regular bus trip from the family’s temporary home in rural Afghanistan to Kabul.