Kelly Jaunzems is a PhD candidate in Edith Cowan University’s School of Arts, and Humanities and a co-editor of Digitising Early Childhood (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2019). She also works as a research assistant to Professor Lelia Green on the Australian Research Council-funded Linkage Project “A Hand Up: Disrupting the communication of intergenerational welfare dependency”: LP140100935. The work underpinning this article formed a major part of Kelly’s research responsibilities in the 2018-19 period. Kelly’s PhD research explores the reasons behind OHS communication practices failing to respond to the opportunities presented by social media platforms and other digital communication innovations.
ArticlesThis article is about refugees’ and migrants’ dreams of home and family and stems from an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, “A Hand Up: Disrupting the Communication of Intergenerational Welfare Dependency” (LP140100935), with Partner Organisation St Vincent de Paul Society (WA) Inc. (Vinnies). A Vinnies-supported refugee and migrant support centre was chosen as one of the hubs for...Read more