Adaptation of Cambodians in New Zealand: achievement, cultural identity and community development (2008)
Author: Liev, M.H.
PhD thesis: University of Auckland
This thesis has two foci: how Cambodians with a refugee background manage their new life in Aotearoa/New Zealand, and how an identity as a Khmer Kiwi transnational community has developed. Analytic concepts— such as forced migration, cultural bereavement, adaptation, integration, diaspora, trans-nationalism, identification, and community of practice— are used to trace the trajectory of the contemporary way of life of Cambodians, their community development, and their cultural identity.

Best practice guidelines for engaging with culturally and linguistically diverse communities in times of disaster (2012).
Author: Wylie, S.
Publisher: Christchurch City Council
This report is part of a process initiatedd by Community Language Information Group (CLING) established in Christchurch as part of the inter-agency framework for response to the Canterbury earthquakes. The process involve learning from past experiences and develop guidelines that can be used in the long process of recovery in Christchurch and to assist agencies to be better prepared to communicate effectively with culturally and linguistically diverse communities in the event of a civil emergency.
Case Studies of Community Initiatives addressing family violence in refugee and migrant communities (2011).
Authors: Levine, M and Benkert, N.
Publisher: Ministry of Social Development
The report presents two case studies - Umma Trust and Second Chance - of community initiatives addressing family violence in refugee and migrant communities and the research aims to help fill the identified gap in New Zealand research on community-based programmes and family violence in refugee and migrant communities.The purpose was to learn from those involved in addressing family violence in refugee and migrant communities, and to get the voice of communities heard.

Following Foucault : Power and place; identity and indoctrination (1996)
Author: McKinnon, K
BA Geography: Victoria University Of Wellington
Please contact Victoria University library for a copy.

Representing the refugee: a pilot study exploring social constructions of Southern refugees in New Zealand (1998)
Author: Bentz Ashe, H
Masters Development Studies:Victoria University of Wellington
Please contact Victoria University library for a copy.

Supporting Refugees and Migrants: Report for the Tindall Foundation and the ASB Community Trust (2007)
Author: Elliot, S.
This report was commissioned by the Tindall Foundation and ASB Community Trust to assist them take a more strategic approach in their grant making in support of the
needs of refugee and migrants over the next three to five years. The report includes an outline of New Zealand’s demography at the time of the 2001 and 2006 censuses, why supporting
migrants and refugees is important, an overview of government strategies and programmes in the area, a brief analysis of private funding for refugee and migrant assisting NGOs and community based organisations, approaches taken by philanthropic organisations overseas, and some suggested areas of focus for New Zealand philanthropic and grant making organisations.

"They are the reason we came": Investigating the provision of parenting support for Wellington's former refugee communities. A scoping study (2006).
Author: Ward, R.
Publisher: Refugee and Migrant Services
This report highlights an initiative RMS Refugee Resettlement Wellington undertook to assess the needs of refugee parents, and how parenting support can be made more accessible for these diverse communities. RMS teamed up with SKIP – a government programme that provide parenting information for parents and caregivers of children aged 0 to 5 years in order to carry out this project.