Annotated bibliography of New Zealand literature on migrant and refugee youth (2007)
Author: Higgins, J.
Publisher: International Migration Settlement and Employment Dynamic (IMSED), Department of Labour
This annotated biography provides a comprehensive account of the current evidence on settlement and social inclusion as it relates to young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds in New Zealand. A key aim of the bibliography is the identification of factors that facilitate or act as barriers to the successful settlement and social inclusion of these young people.

Long-term settlement of refugees: An annotated bibliography of New Zealand and international literature (2009)
Authors: McMillan, N. & Gray, A.
Publisher: International Migration Settlement and Employment Dynamic (IMSED), Department of Labour
This annotated bibliography brings together New Zealand and international literature on the long-term settlement of refugees and provides an insight into the factors that facilitate or act as barriers to integration. This report is the first publication from the three-year research programme ‘Quota Refugees Ten Years On: Perspectives on Integration, Community and Identity’.

Reference materials prepared for the 1st NZ Refugee Research Conference (2004)
Author: Guerin, B.
Publisher: Unitec New Zealand
These materials are meant to encourage research by providing some starting points for reading into the various areas of refugee research.

Refugee and migrant needs: An annotated bibliography of research and consultations (2006)
Authors: Nam, B. & Ward, R.
Publisher: RMS Refugee Resettlement Inc (now Refugee Services Aotearoa).
This resource provides a summary of research relating to refugee and migrant needs as identified by service providers, communities and researchers in New Zealand.

Refugee resettlement: A literature review (2007)
Author: Gray, A.
Publisher: International Migration Settlement and Employment Dynamic (IMSED), Department of Labour
This international literature review on refugee resettlement policy, provides part of the information platform for Quota Refugees Ten Years On: Perspectives of Integration, Community and Identity. The review provides a description of policies and practices regarding refugee resettlement relating to the OECD and the European Union, with an emphasis on the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the following countries: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, NewZealand, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States of America. It also summarises available evidence from previous reviews of policy and practice to identify factors that contribute to the success or failure of resettlement policy and practice.

Rights-based approaches to mental health services with refugees: An annotated bibliography (2010)
Author: Bloom, A.
Publisher: ChangeMakers Refugee Forum
The Wellington Refugees as Survivors Trust (WNRAS) commissioned this annotated bibliography to provide an overview of Aotearoa New Zealand and international literature relating to rights-based approaches to mental health services with former refugees. This resource is intended to support therapy services and advocacy by providing summaries of relevant documents that inform and/or explain the increasing shift from welfare-based models of mental health care towards rights-based models.