refugees

brett moore

International leader in disaster and conflict recovery Brett Moore explores the topic of global humanitarian displacement and the challenges faced by refugees in an urban environment.

Refugees' mental health

A world-first intervention for refugee men who suffer from PTSD has shown promise in a trial, encouraging them to get help.

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There are currently more recorded refugees than any point in history, most of whom live in cities that are not equipped to handle their unique experiences and needs.

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A refugee policy built on deflecting the issue, rather than confronting it, is not sustainable. We cannot continue to 'contract out' our international obligations.

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UNSW social sciences researcher Dr Caroline Lenette shares insights into the research method that breaks down the barriers between refugees and academics.

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Obama diplomat Anne Richard will speak at UNSW on how the US-Australia agreement to resettle Manus and Nauru refugees was reached.

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Accessing the right information in a timely manner is essential, but difficult for newly arrived refugees. Information varies, plus there are language barriers and geographical complications.

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Clinical psychologist Frank Neuner told a UNSW Grand Challenges event that storytelling can be effective in treating refugees who have experienced trauma such as rape and torture.

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A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to negotiate a better international system for protecting refugees and migrants is analysed in a new policy brief from the Kaldor Centre at UNSW Law.

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The man known as the most popular professor in the world had some challenges for UNSW audiences.

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