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We studied Afghan refugees for 3 years to find out what life is like for them in Australia

By Jock Collins, Professor of Social Economics, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney
Carol Reid, Professor, Western Sydney University
Dimitria Groutsis, Associate professor, University of Sydney
Katherine Watson, Senior Research Assistant, University of Technology Sydney
Stuart Hughes, Assistant researcher, Western Sydney University
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The Afghans people surveyed were optimistic and positive about their lives in Australia — and felt welcome in their communities.

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