Help protect our refugee-background and migrant communities by validating their voices. Join Community Research and ChangeMakers to celebrate and launch our new collection of research by or for these communities in Aotearoa. Contributors are researchers, policy makers, social practitioners and organisations.
- Contribute to a better understanding of these communities.
- Have your say.
- Help keep this research collection alive and sustainable.
Panelists: Batool Arif, Dr Irene Ayallo, Dr Zhiyan Basharati and Dr Sara Kindon.
This one-hour webinar was followed by an unrecorded half-hour informal online networking hui for researchers and evaluators from refugee-background and migrant communities. If you would like to know more about these ongoing informal networking hui, please contact email@example.com.
“We need to be making noises at the highest level. Research gives us the courage to do so”. Batool Arif, ChangeMakers
- Community Research special collection of research – Refugee-background and ethnic migrant communities
- National Tertiary Network to Support Refugee Background Learners – private Facebook group (involves uni, polytechnics, Wānanga and private training enterprises)
- NZ Human Rights Commission: National Action Plan Against Racism Survey – Have your say before 23rd November 2021 – What is your vision for an Aotearoa New Zealand that is free of racism?
- Knowledge, voice and power – Forced Migration Review are calling for submissions on the following: In the field of forced migration, whose knowledge is valued and whose voices are heard? What needs to change in order to address significant power imbalances in representation in policy, practice and academia? Deadline 15th February 2022. More details here.