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Online webinar – Wednesday 27 October
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This month we sat down with NGN committee member and recent PhD graduate (Australian Catholic University) Charlotte Young. Charlotte’s thesis entitled ‘Health Inequalities among African Australians in Greater Melbourne: A Qualitative Intersectional Analysis of People’s Experiences and Immigrant Organisations’ Responses’explores African Australian immigrant organisations and their potential for influencing health and wellbeing.
MMIC is hosting a free webinar ‘Racism: It stops with…?’ in partnership with Welcoming Australia during National Unity Week on Wednesday 27 October 6.00 – 7:30pm (AEST).
In collaboration with Monash Malaysia, MMIC welcomes a new key research area ‘Migration in the Asia Region’. We spoke with Portfolio Lead Dr Ting Fai Yu about why this new collaboration is significant and what research we can expect to see in the future
MMIC’s webinar event ‘Visualizing Human Diversity’ with Associate Professor Alan Gamlen will take place on Wednesday October 6, 2021, 9:30-10:30am (AEST). Registration is free.
NGN member Satrio Nindyo Istiko was awarded the best presentation prize at our July NGN symposium, ‘Looking back, looking forward: A human centred approach to migration’. We recently interviewed him to learn more about his research that explores how newly arrived Asian-born gay, bisexual, and men who have sex with men in Queensland use their migrant networks to access, distribute, understand, and turn sexual health information into choices and actions.