Refugee settlers in South-east Queensland: Employment, aspirations and intergenerational communication about future occupational pathways'

Colic-Peisker, V 2016, Refugee settlers in South-east Queensland: Employment, aspirations and intergenerational communication about future occupational pathways', University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia


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Title of report Refugee settlers in South-east Queensland: Employment, aspirations and intergenerational communication about future occupational pathways'
Author(s) Colic-Peisker, V
Year of publication 2016
Publisher University of Queensland
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
ISBN 9781742721514
Subjects Race and Ethnic Relations
Abstract/Summary This is the final report of the ARC linkage research project Refugees' employment aspirations and inter-generational communication about future occupational pathways. The project was based in South-east Queensland and was conducted over three years (2013, 2014, and 2015). The lead chief investigator was Dr Aparna Hebbani from the University of Queensland. The project had three overall aims. Aim 1: To investigate the employment experiences of recently arrived refugees. Aims 2 and 3: To investigate refugees' aspirations for themselves and their children's educational and occupational futures. Specifically, this study focused on the experiences of refugee settlers from Burma, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Ethiopia, which are among the top ten source countries for offshore humanitarian entrants (DIBP, 2013).
Commissioning body Australian Research Council
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