Many new arrivals to Australia find securing a house difficult and have ongoing problems with their housing once they do, Flinders University researchers say. Housing issues […]
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Providing legal support for asylum seekers has its challenges and rewards for Dr Sanzhuan (Sandra) Guo.
Almost half of the current flood of refugees arriving in Germany could be suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), according to a paper co-authored by Flinders University Professor of Psychiatry, Julio Licinio.
In Australia’s competitive private housing market, the chances of securing a property without references or a hefty bond are slim to none.
Language barriers, unemployment, a lack of rental history and racism limit housing options for migrants and refugees.
A tendency to attribute low levels of education and sophistication to refugees means that Australia is failing to make the most of its new arrivals.
Australians may be known for their generosity, but when it comes to the plight of refugees we should be more morally aware.