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Dispersed Belongings: A participatory arts-based study of experiences of resettled refugee young people in regional cities in Australia and the United Kingdom. A report for project partners.

Nunn, Caitlin (2018) Dispersed Belongings: A participatory arts-based study of experiences of resettled refugee young people in regional cities in Australia and the United Kingdom. A report for project partners. UNSPECIFIED. Manchester Centre for Youth Studies.

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Abstract

This report presents a summary of findings from the Dispersed Belongings study. This participatory arts-based study was conducted in 2016-17 in partnership with local governments, organisations, artists, and refugeebackground young people in Gateshead, North East England, and Bendigo, Central Victoria, Australia. This report draws together data from both field sites in order to: Ø Identify the key places, communities, activities, and institutions through which refugee young people negotiate (non)belonging in resettlement Ø Highlight the common experiences, opportunities and challenges of (non)belonging in these spheres Ø Examine the potential of participatory arts-based interventions for exploring, communicating and supporting belonging among resettled refugee young people It additionally attends to the ways in which youth resettlement in regional cities may differ from superdiverse metropolitan settings. The report is intended as a resource for project partners – and other local governments and organisations – to support policy and practice in relation to refugee youth resettlement, participatory arts, and belonging.

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