3 ways community gardens often exclude migrants and refugees — and how to turn this around

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Abstract

With millions of Australians enduring lockdown yet again, you may be seeking solace in gardening. For migrants and refugees in Australia, gardening can be particularly meaningful when shared in community spaces.

But community gardens aren’t always sites of inclusion. In our recently published research, my colleagues and I highlight the ways migrants and refugees are excluded from community gardens — and how to change this.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-4
Number of pages4
Volume2021
No.August
Specialist publicationThe Conversation
PublisherThe Conversation Paperpress
Publication statusPublished - 13 Aug 2021

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