Promoting the health and
wellbeing of migrants and refugees

The Migrant and Refugee Research Centre is an interdisciplinary community of researchers dedicated to advancing knowledge and practice to enhance the health and wellbeing of migrant and refugee populations living in Aotearoa New Zealand, and globally.

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Opinion: Immigration policy discriminates against disabled

AUT Law School senior lecturer Dr Lida Ayoubi specialises in international human rights law with a focus on disability rights. Read her co-authored article published in Stuff, 29 March 2022.

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Nominees for Refugees as Survivors Awards 2021

These awards celebrate all the manakitanga in the refugee resettlement sector across New Zealand. Download the brochure to learn about the 2021 award nominees.

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Report: make mental health for NZ Asians a key priority

The "Asian Public Health In Aotearoa Report" by The Asian Network Inc is calling for mental health to be addressed as a key priority for Asian New Zealanders as suicide cases rise during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report, released on 11 October, is a review of the health status of Asian Kiwis and highlights areas of concerns.

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Photos from our networking event

More than 50 people joined us for our Visions and Action for Health and Wellbeing session on 1 July.

Check out photos from the event and find our vision and principles statements.

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Migrant experiences during COVID-19

Belong Aotearoa conducted a survey in 2020 looking at the impact of COVID-19 on migrant communities in New Zealand.

This report summarises the survey, focusing on the responses of 160 people living in Auckland and cites a study by Professor Eleanor Holroyd (CMRR).

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Learn how our research responds to migration and health challenges.

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