These factsheets have been designed to help multicultural communities understand disability.
This page answers many of the questions people have about Safe Haven Enterprise Visas and provides links to other places where you can get information, including in your language.
This study maps the location of humanitarian arrivals in Melbourne and the challenges to their access to health services.
The Building a New Life in Australia study traces the settlement journey of humanitarian entrants in Australia.
There is an urgent need for early intervention and for disability support on arrival for those who are resettled in Australia. A recent report by Diversitat outlines the main barriers to accessing NDIS support faced by humanitarian entrants with disabilities.
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has published a detailed report on access to health care for irregular migrants in the European Union (EU). The report reveals an urgent need to improve health outcomes for some of the most vulnerable groups in the EU. It makes recommendations to immediately expand universal health coverage.
Ministerial Directive 72 has replaced Ministerial Directive 62, which changes the way family reunion applications by refugees are dealt with. This post explains the change.
The Department of Social Services' annual report for 2015-2016 provides information about the settlement services for people from refugee and humanitarian backgrounds.
This resource from the Department of Commerce in Western Australia tells you about your rights when renting in Western Australia.
This resource from the Attorney-General's Department in South Australia tells you about your rights when renting in South Australia.