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Hopeful and marginalised: migrant youths share their thoughts and feelings

We hear about their extreme highs and lows, but we don’t often hear the everyday thoughts of migrant and refugee young people in Australia. Not every one is a Duckie Thot or the victim of an unprovoked attack. There are Muhammads, Poojas and Thuys. In fact, in 2016, Nguyen (along with Smith) was the most popular surname among NSW Year 12s.

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