Migration of refugees is something many countries struggling with globally in term of settlement and services delivering to refugees.
Refugee migration happened because of many reasons including civil wars, international wars, liberation struggles, uprising of against oppressive regime.
For better option to save life, people do consider migration as a better option for their lives and lives of their family members who are with them during conﬂict.
This book is for policy makers, researchers, community service partitioners such as youth workers and social workers that works with families and young people from South Sudanese / refugee backgrounds.
The book covered some critical challenges and opportunities available for families and young people such as participation in sport, employment and education, connection with right people and right services.
William Abur, PhD, is a lecturer in social work at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. His research focus on critical social work, migration settlement of refugees, racism and discrimination, benefits of participation in sport and employment.