Michelle Silbert


Empowering migrant and refugee women: supporting and empowering women beyond five-year post-settlement

This report explores various aspects of service delivery to migrant women who have been living in Australia for at least five years. It documents the nature and types of service available, and identifies best practice principles and key service gaps in service delivery for migrant...
Fact sheet

Settlement experiences of recently arrived humanitarian migrants

Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) is a longitudinal study of at least five years that aims to better understand the factors that aid or hinder the successful settlement of humanitarian migrants, and provide an evidence base to inform policy and program development.
Journal article

Building a new life in Australia: introducing the longitudinal study of humanitarian migrants

Introduces a study aimed to shed light on the settlement pathways and outcomes of newly arrived humanitarian migrants, focusing particularly on the factors that promote or hinder a successful transition.