Refugee Family Reunification, Mental Health and Ressettlement outcomes in Aotearoa New Zealand (2012).
Author: RASNZ Research Unit
Publisher: RASNZ Refugee Health & Wellbeing
This study looks at ways in which family reunification process in New Zealand affects resettled refugees in relation to mental health and settlement outcomes.This study involves a total of 46 respondents from diverse refugee backgrounds with direct experience of the family reunification process in Auckland, Hamilton and Wellington.Structured individual interviews were carried out with 15 individual participants, as well as 13 focus groups, in addition to analysis reviews of case histories.

Refugee family reunification in Wellington (2009)
Authors: ChangeMakers Refugee Forum, Refugee Family Reunification Trust, Wellington Community Law Centre, Wellington Refugees as Survivors Trust
Publisher: ChangeMakers Refugee Forum
A discussion paper about the issues surrounding family reunification. Using information from consultation over many years with refugee communities, the paper identifies family reunification as the most important issue for former refugees trying to settle successfully in New Zealand.