Be better neighbours

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Ayallo, Irene
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2023-06-01
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Journal Article
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Aotearoa
New Zealand
refugees
resettlement challenges
integration
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Ayallo, I. (2023). Be better neighbours. Tui motu interislands magazine 282, pp. 8-9 Dunedin, New Zealand https://hdl.handle.net/10652/6377
Abstract
Irene Ayallo suggests ways we can engage with former refugee people. THE LIVES OF former refugee communities are intricate, beginning with a complex refugee journey that involves many processes and actors (people). I do not have a lived experience of being a former refugee. I come from an ethnic migrant background. My experience with former refugees stems from engaging with these communities on professional (social work, pastoral care, and community work) and personal levels. Migrants differ from refugees Refugee status Resettlement journey Barriers to safe resettlement Don't ask "Where are you from?" Ask: "Where is home for you?"
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Independent Catholic Magazine Ltd
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Independent Catholic Magazine Ltd
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