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, N Iscel, Gaps in housing and support services for humanitarian entrants: Housing Crisis Committee for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities, Shelter WA (2007); I Toure, Hidden Homelessness: The impact of refugee homelessness on newly arrived youth, Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors Inc., (2008)


183 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007), p24

184 P Atem and L Wilson, ‘Housing pathways for African refugees in Australia: towards an understanding of African refugee housing issues’, (Paper given at the Australian Sociological Association Conference, Melbourne, 2-5 December 2008)

185 P Foley and A Beer, Housing Need and Provision for Recently Arrived Refugees in Australia, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (2003)

186 Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)

187 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007); Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)

188 Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission, Rights of passage: The experiences of Australian-Sudanese young people, (2008); M Burgermeister, B Kitching, N Iscel, Gaps in housing and support services for humanitarian entrants: Housing Crisis Committee for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities, Shelter WA (2007)


189 Burgermeister M, B Kitching, N Iscel, Gaps in housing and support services for humanitarian entrants: Housing Crisis Committee for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities, Shelter WA (2007), p 2

190 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007), p 64

191 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007); Migrant and Refugee Rental Housing Assistance Project, ‘Finding a Home: A Research Report on Supporting Newly Arrived Migrants and Refugees to Secure Housing’, the Migrant Information Centre and the South Central Region Migrant Resource Centre (2007). At http://www.miceastmelb.com.au/documents/FinalFinalResearchReport.doc

192 I Toure, Hidden Homelessness: The impact of refugee homelessness on newly arrived youth, Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors Inc., (2008)

193 Migrant and Refugee Rental Housing Assistance Project, ‘Finding a Home’ (2007)

194 I Toure, Hidden Homelessness: The impact of refugee homelessness on newly arrived youth, Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors Inc., (2008)

195 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007); Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)


196 Migrant and Refugee Rental Housing Assistance Project, ‘Finding a Home’ (2007)

197 Burgermeister M, B Kitching, N Iscel, Gaps in housing and support services for humanitarian entrants: Housing Crisis Committee for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities, Shelter WA (2007)

198 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007)

199 Migrant and Refugee Rental Housing Assistance Project, ‘Finding a Home’ (2007)

200 A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006).

201 C Valencia, Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre (2007)

202 Federation of African Communities Council, Working collaboratively towards full participation (National Conference Report, 17-18 November 2005)

203 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007)


204 JQ Nyagua, AJ Harris, ‘West African refugee health in rural Australia: complex cultural factors that influence mental health (2008) 884 Rural and Remote Health. At http://www.rrh.org.au

205 C Valencia, Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre (2007), p 25.

206 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007); C Valencia, Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre (2007) p 22

207 I Correa-Velez, SM Gifford, SJ Bice, ‘Australian health policy on access to medical care for refugees and asylum seekers’ (2005) 2(23) Australia and New Zealand Health Policy

208 J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre (2007)

209 Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)

210 M Smith, ‘Refugees in Australia: changing faces, changing needs’, (2006) 185(11/12) Refugee Health

211 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007)


212 Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006); M Smith, ‘Refugees in Australia: changing faces, changing needs’, (2006) 185(11/12) Refugee Health pp. 587-588

213 M Smith, ‘Refugees in Australia: changing faces, changing needs’, (2006) 185(11/12) Refugee Health, p 587

214 M Sheikh-Mohammed, CR MacIntyre, NJ Wood, J Leask, D Isaacs, “Barriers to access to health care for newly resettled sub-Saharan refugees in Australia’ (2006) 185 (11/12) Medical Journal of Australia pp. 594-597

215 N Davidson, S Skull, G Chaney, A Frydenberg, D Isaacs, P Kelly, B Lampropoulos, S Raman, D Silove, J Buttery, M Smith, Z Steel, D Burgner, ‘Comprehensive health assessment for newly arrived refugee children in Australia’ (2004) 40 Journal of Paediatric Child Health, p 562

216 N Davidson, S Skull, G Chaney, A Frydenberg, D Isaacs, P Kelly, B Lampropoulos, S Raman, D Silove, J Buttery, M Smith, Z Steel, D Burgner, ‘Comprehensive health assessment for newly arrived refugee children in Australia’ (2004) 40 Journal of Paediatric Child Health, p 563

217 I Correa-Velez, SM Gifford, SJ Bice, ‘Australian health policy on access to medical care for refugees and asylum seekers’ (2005) 2(23) Australia and New Zealand Health Policy, p 10


218 Queensland Government Department of Communities, New Future: The Queensland Government’s Engagement with African Refugees, (2008); J Flanagan, Dropped from the moon: The settlement experiences of refugee communities in Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania Social Action and Research Centre, (2007); Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)

219 J Benson and S Skull, ‘Hiding from the sun: Vitamin D deficiency in refugees’ (2007) 35(5) Australian Family Physician pp 355-357; S Grover and R Morley, ‘Vitamin D deficiency in veiled or dark-skinned pregnant women’ (2001) 175 Medical Journal of Australia pp 251-252; R Mason and T Diamond, ‘Vitamin D deficiency and multicultural Australia: Oral vitamin D supplementation may be needed in women with dark skin pigmentation or dress codes which prevent adequate sunlight exposure’ (2001) 175 Medical Journal of Australia

220 J Benson and S Skull, ‘Hiding from the sun: Vitamin D deficiency in refugees’ (2007) 35(5) Australian Family Physician pp 355-357; R Mason and T Diamond, ‘Vitamin D deficiency and multicultural Australia: Oral vitamin D supplementation may be needed in women with dark skin pigmentation or dress codes which prevent adequate sunlight exposure’ (2001) 175 Medical Journal of Australia


221 L Garton, J Nkruman, S Fray, L Cox, V Strong, ‘Employed Women from African Communities Report’ (2005) Sydney West Area Health Service; B Ahmed, Report of the African-Australian Community’s Initiative Workshop on Issues Affecting the Resettlement of Africans (Paper to the African Think Tank, Melbourne, 18 April 2006); A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006); ACD Tiong; MS Patel; J Gardiner; R Ryan, KS Linton, KA Walker, J Scopel, B Biggs, ‘Health issues in newly arrived African refugees attending general practice clinics in Melbourne’ (2006) 185(11/12) Medical Journal of Australia

222 C Burns, K Webster, P Crotty, M Ballinger, R Vincenzo, M Rozman, ‘Easing the Transition: Food and nutrition issues of new arrivals’ (2000) 10(3) Health Promotion Journal of Australia

223 ACD Tiong; MS Patel; J Gardiner; R Ryan, KS Linton, KA Walker, J Scopel, B Biggs, ‘Health issues in newly arrived African refugees attending general practice clinics in Melbourne’ (2006) 185(11/12) Medical Journal of Australia pp 602-606

224 A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)


225 A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)

226 A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006), p 46

227 Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission, Rights of passage: The experiences of Australian-Sudanese young people, (2008); N Davidson, S Skull, G Chaney, A Frydenberg, D Isaacs, P Kelly, B Lampropoulos, S Raman, D Silove, J Buttery, M Smith, Z Steel, D Burgner, ‘Comprehensive health assessment for newly arrived refugee children in Australia’ (2004) 40 Journal of Paediatric Child Health pp 562-568

228 C Valencia, Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre (2007)

229 C Valencia, Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre (2007)

230 Report of the Community Relations Commission for a Multicultural NSW, Investigation into African humanitarian settlement in NSW, NSW Government (2006)


231 P Foley and A Beer, Housing Need and Provision for Recently Arrived Refugees in Australia, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (2003); A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)

232 I Correa-Velez, SM Gifford, SJ Bice, ‘Australian health policy on access to medical care for refugees and asylum seekers’ (2005) 2(23) Australia and New Zealand Health Policy; A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)

233 A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)

234 Federation of African Communities Council, Working collaboratively towards full participation (National Conference Report, 17-18 November 2005), p 44; A Tiong, Health needs of newly arrived African refugees from a primary health care perspective, Victorian Department of Human Services, Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University (2006)


235 C Burns, K Webster, P Crotty, M Ballinger, R Vincenzo, M Rozman, ‘Easing the Transition: Food and nutrition issues of new arrivals’ (2000) 10(3) Health Promotion Journal of Australia pp 230-236

236 C Burns, K Webster, P Crotty, M Ballinger, R Vincenzo, M Rozman, ‘Easing the Transition: Food and nutrition issues of new arrivals’ (2000) 10(3) Health Promotion Journal of Australia pp 230-236

237 AMN Renzaho, B Swinburn, C Burns, ‘Maintenance of traditional cultural orientation is associated with lower rates of obesity and sedentary behaviours among African migrant children to Australia’ (2008) 32 International Journal of Obesity

238 C Burns, K Webster, P Crotty, M Ballinger, R Vincenzo, M Rozman, ‘Easing the Transition: Food and nutrition issues of new arrivals’ (2000) 10(3) Health Promotion Journal of Australia pp 230-236

239 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007). At http://www.att.org.au/documents/African%20Resettlement%20Report.pdf; C Burns, K Webster, P Crotty, M Ballinger, R Vincenzo, M Rozman, ‘Easing the Transition: Food and nutrition issues of new arrivals’ (2000) 10(3) Health Promotion Journal of Australia pp 230-236

240 R Schweitzer, F Melville, Z Steel, P Lacherez, ‘Trauma, post-migration living difficulties, and social support as predictors of psychological adjustment in resettled Sudanese refugees’ (2006) 40(2) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry


241 JK Carroll, ‘Murag, Waali, and Gini: Expressions of Distress in Refugees from Somalia’, (2004) 6 (3) The Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

242 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005)

243 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005), p13

244 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005), p 13

245 AK Deljo, ‘Refugees Encounter the Legal Justice System in Australia: A Case Study’ (2000) 7(2) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law pp. 214-253

246 F Tilbury, ‘”I Feel I Am a Bird without Wings”: Discourses of Sadness and Loss among East Africans in Western Australia’ (2007) 14(4) Identities; F Tilbury, R Slee, S Clark, I O’Ferrall, M Rapely, R Kokanovic., ‘Listening to Diverse Voices, Understandings and experiences of, and interventions for, depression among East African migrants’ (2004) 2 Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine

247 E Seah, F Tilbury, B Wright, R Rooney, P Jayasuriya, Understanding Cultural Diversity in Mental Health, Cultural Awareness Tool (2002)


248 F Tilbury, R Slee, S Clark, I O’Ferrall, M Rapely, R Kokanovic., ‘Listening to Diverse Voices, Understandings and experiences of, and interventions for, depression among East African migrants’ (2004) 2 Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine, p 5-6, 24

249 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007)

250 F Tilbury, R Slee, S Clark, I O’Ferrall, M Rapely, R Kokanovic., ‘Listening to Diverse Voices, Understandings and experiences of, and interventions for, depression among East African migrants’ (2004) 2 Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine, p 5-6, 24

251 F Tilbury, ‘”I Feel I Am a Bird without Wings”: Discourses of Sadness and Loss among East Africans in Western Australia’ (2007) 14(4) Identities, p 437

252 F Tilbury, R Slee, S Clark, I O’Ferrall, M Rapely, R Kokanovic., ‘Listening to Diverse Voices, Understandings and experiences of, and interventions for, depression among East African migrants’ (2004) 2 Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine, p 5

253 C Valencia, (2007) Migrant and Refugee Women’s Final Report, Hobart Women’s Health Centre

254 R Schweitzer, F Melville, Z Steel, P Lacherez, ‘Trauma, post-migration living difficulties, and social support as predictors of psychological adjustment in resettled Sudanese refugees’ (2006) 40(2) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry pp 179-189


255 F Tilbury, R Slee, S Clark, I O’Ferrall, M Rapely, R Kokanovic., ‘Listening to Diverse Voices, Understandings and experiences of, and interventions for, depression among East African migrants’ (2004) 2 Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine, p 5-6, 24

256 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005)

257 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007)

258 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005)

259 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005)

260 K Tomlinson, S Lee., ‘Building Social Capital with a Refugee Community – a Case Study of Partnership’ (2001) Spring/Summer, Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine.

261 H Sowey, Are Refugees at Increased Risk of Substance Misuse?, Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre, Ed. 1 (2005)

262 Queensland Government Department of Communities, New Future: The Queensland Government’s Engagement with African Refugees, (2008), p 20


263 K Tomlinson and S Lee, ‘Building Social Capital with a Refugee Community – a Case Study of Partnership’ (2001) Spring/Summer, Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine p 3-7

264 C McMichael and L Manderson, ‘Somali Women and Well-Being: Social Networks and Social Capital among Immigrant Women in Australia’ (2004) 63(1) Human Organization pp 88-99

265 When Do I Stop Being a Refugee? (Report on the Journey Towards Citizenship and Community Inclusivity Conference, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, 18-19 October 2006)

266 K Tomlinson and S Lee, ‘Building Social Capital with a Refugee Community – a Case Study of Partnership’ (2001) Spring/Summer, Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine p 3-7

267 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007)

268 African Think Tank, African resettlement in Australia: The Way Forward... (Conference Report from African resettlement in Australia Conference, Sydney, Melbourne, 11 -13 April 2007), p 3

269 K Tomlinson and S Lee, ‘Building Social Capital with a Refugee Community – a Case Study of Partnership’ (2001) Spring/Summer, Multicultural Mental Health Australia Synergy Magazine, p 6
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