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This research examines the role housing plays in the settlement of this community in Australia.
There is a limited but growing body of literature addressing the social issues experienced by humanitarian migrants to Australia.
What seems under-researched in the studies of housing provision for humanitarian migrants are case studies of how the economic, social and cultural needs of African refugees from the perspective of a given community affect their capacity to access housing that is both affordable and appropriate to their needs.
This research seeks to add to the knowledge base on refugee settlement with a case study of the housing experiences of Sudanese refugees living in Adelaide, South Australia.
Adelaide has a large Sudanese community.
The researcher is a member of the South Australian Sudanese community who came to Australia as a refugee on a humanitarian visa.
He worked in migration and community services before returning to university.
Dr Atem is sociologist, Urban and Regional Planning expert specialized in the analysis of housing provision focusing on housing price, housing market, rental market, personal finance, real estate development and urban planning in the changing Australian housing system.
Dr Atem has written and presented at both national and international conference.
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