Jay Marlowe

Jay’s primary area of research interest focuses upon refugee resettlement, social inclusion and ways that migrant communities can participate within civil society.

Jay is currently leading a study with Refugee Services into understanding the planning, policy and service provision implications for refugee background communities living in Christchurch after the recent earthquakes.

Ethnic Group
Bachelor Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate, All Researchers
Professional Memberships
Co-Editor, Australasian Review of African Studies Registered Social Worker, Social Workers Registration Board Member, New Zealand Ethics Committee, national committee which provides an ethical review process for researchers and organisations not eligible for health or institutional ethics review Chair, School Research Committee Faculty ethics advisor at The University of Auckland Member, European Cooperation for Science and Technology Action Group on Disaster Bioethics Member, Forced Migration Research Hub
Area of Expertise
Ethnic Migrant and Former Refugee, Immigrants/ Migrants & Refugees, Community Development, Cultural Diversity, Health & Wellbeing

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