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Plants, mental health and an unrecognised humanitarian crisis

Plants, mental health and an unrecognised humanitarian crisis

Update: 2020-02-17
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A humanitarian crisis is unfolding among thousands of asylum seekers living in Australia without work rights and in some cases without housing. The impact on mental health is enormous. One program in Melbourne is supporting asylum seekers by giving them the opportunity to grow their own community garden. Zoë Morrison on addressing trauma in unexpected ways.


Guest: Author and writer for The Monthly Zoë Morrison.


Background reading:
Planting hope in The Monthly
The Saturday Paper
The Monthly


For more information on today’s episode, visit 7ampodcast.com.au.

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Plants, mental health and an unrecognised humanitarian crisis

Plants, mental health and an unrecognised humanitarian crisis

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