From surviving to thriving: inclusive work and economic security for refugees and people seeking asylum
Arts West North Wing
University of Melbourne
The Surviving to Thriving research forum will bring together community sector practitioners, migration scholars, applied researchers and sociologists to explore issues and strategies that foster employment and economic security for humanitarian migrants.
The Forum is hosted by the Brotherhood of St Laurence Research & Policy Centre, in partnership with the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
Please visit the BSL events page for the full program details, updates on the event and other information.