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New research shows social networks provide refugees with significant foundations for belonging

New research by Settlement Services International and the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, challenges narrow economic definitions of successful refugee settlement and, instead, suggests social and civic dimensions are equally valid markers of refugee integration.

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Western leads sector-wide commitment to gender equity post COVID-19

Western Sydney University has spearheaded an initiative to ensure that significant advancements in gender equity are not lost amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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Intersecting racism and transphobia put transgender women at risk

A Western study has found that transgender women from CALD backgrounds are more likely to be the victim of sexual harassment and violence than other women in Australia.

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Opinion: ‘The neighbours were always very welcoming and warm’: little things count to help refugees belong

Successful settlement and integration are shared goals of refugees and the communities where they settle.

Speaking out against racism in schools: new report

Experts are calling for a new evidence-based program to address racism in schools to be expanded across the country, after a successful pilot was run in Victoria and New South Wales.

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Medical education the champion in the fight against COVID-19

The threat of COVID-19 prompted medical schools and hospitals to introduce a new model of transitioning medical students into the hospital system. Now that the curve has flattened, the broader benefits are being recognised.

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