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'The sky doesn't fall in': refugees integrate well in Australia, survey finds
by Naaman Zhou
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14 August 2018
On 14 August 2018 The Guardian reported:
A new study from Australian researchers shows that refugees and new immigrants integrate well in Australia -- especially in regional areas. The research found that refugees were welcomed by their new communities, found it 'easy' to get along, and felt a strong sense of belonging to their new homes.
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Researchers surveyed 214 refugees -- 155 adults and 59 children -- from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, who all had been recently settled in Queensland across Brisbane, Logan, and Toowoomba.
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