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The Bhutanese Refugee Resettlement Journey PART 2: On-arrival


Beth Ferguson, Elizabeth Plumridge and Vasantha Krishnan
Department of Labour


We would like to thank all those who generously participated in this study and spoke so freely about their journey of resettlement so far. We would also like to acknowledge The Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre who enabled these interviews to take place; in particular we would like to thank Radha Krishna Karki for his interpreting of interviews.
This study would also not have been possible without the active and engaged support of the Refugee Quota Branch. In particular, we would like to acknowledge Antoinette Tanguay for her work, input and review of this research.
We would also like to acknowledge Mark Malan, Anna Gruner, Wendy Searle, Sankar Ramasamy and Geraldine Canham-Harvey, Roger Zetter and Paul Spoonley for their contributions to this study.                   

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