Caroline Lenette is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith University, teaching in the areas of cultural safety, social inclusion and human services practice. Since migrating to Australia in 2005, she has worked in Queensland’s multicultural sector in policy, transcultural mental health and cross-cultural awareness before joining Griffith University in 2010. During her PhD fieldwork, Caroline explored resilience and wellbeing among single refugee women, and she is interested in visual ethnography, international social development, and refugee and migration issues.
From this time forward I pledge
Some Provocations14 OCTOBER 2007: This date will remain significant for us both. We now share a flag, national anthem and citizenship. Patience and Caroline, both dressed up for an affirmation ceremony at the Roma Street Parklands during the Queensland Multicultural...