Refugees adopt creative ways to ease pressure of settling in Australia
December 4, 2017
Title: Refugees adopt creative ways to ease pressure of settling in Australia
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Date: 18 October 2017
The article discusses how the refugees in Australia have adopted creative methods to ease the pressure of socio-cultural integration. The article discusses about a forum in Sydney's West which took place in October 2017, and was organized by David Ajak Ajang from the Community in Cultural Transition Program. "[The forum] is an opportunity for different communities in western Sydney, refugee communities, newly arrived and established communities, to come together and share their stories of success and to network and to inspire themselves about creative ways to solve many persistent problems that refugee communities struggle with," said Mr Ajang.
One of the social enterprises highlighted on the day was Angkor Flowers and Craft - a program that was started by Sophea Chea from Cambodia to help refugee women who have few skills to learn English.
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