Experiences of vulnerability and sources of resilience among immigrants and refugees

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Udah, Hyacinth
Singh, Parlo
Holscher, Dorothee
Cartmel, Jennifer
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2019
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This article considers the nature of, and factors contributing to, experiences of vulnerability. It also explores some aspects of resilience among immigrants and refugees of black African background in South East Queensland, Australia. The findings indicate that an understanding of what influences immigrants and refugees to engage in activities to mitigate vulnerability can inform the development and implementation of targeted policies, including programs and interventions for successful settlement and integration.

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Australasian Review of African Studies

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40

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1

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Udah, H; Singh, P; Holscher, D; Cartmel, J, Experiences of vulnerability and sources of resilience among immigrants and refugees, Australasian Review of African Studies, 2019, 40 (1), pp. 81-100

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