A New Place to Taste for migrants and refugees
Australia’s newest residents are finding their feet in Adelaide through a series of healthy living workshops designed to tackle food security concerns.
More than 200 asylum seekers and recent migrants have attended group cooking, gardening and supermarket shopping workshops since the Australian Red Cross launched the program A New Place to Taste, in 2012.
Australian Red Cross community development officer Lisa Clark said many of the participants coming through the program were young men from Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq, and had been in Australia for less than three months.
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