Read on to gain an insight into the experiences of RMCC kids as they build their lives in Australia.
Many people from refugee and migrant backgrounds are given an anglicised name by their parents, or voluntarily choose to anglicise their name they move to a different country. What is anglicising your name mean and why does one choose to do it?
The pandemic might seem behind us now, but the negative effects of remote learning still linger.
Though it’s impressive to see kids translating for parents – and even seems cute – it can be a heavy responsibility that can lead to long-term mental and psychological consequences.
BEYOND CHRISTMAS TREES AND SANTA – What the festive season looks like if you’re from a different culture.
What the festive season looks like if you’re from a different culture.
We’re all finding Victoria’s fifth lockdown tough, but many kids from refugee and migrant backgrounds are facing even more barriers regarding their...
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