The Resilience Interview with Honey Muir
Honey Muir is an experienced Project Manager, Educator and Cross Cultural Leader. Her involvement with the refugee resettlement programme in Australia has le...
Honey Muir is an experienced Project Manager, Educator and Cross Cultural Leader.
Her involvement with the refugee resettlement programme in Australia has led to a deep understanding of the complexity of the lives of refugees, the challenges of host countries in accepting refugees and the pressures placed on staff of both non-governmental and government agencies working with refugees.
In this interview she describes what it is like working with refugees in Australia, with insight into how the regulations impact the lives of individual asylum seekers.
In light of this context she has much to offer in outlining techniques for managing ongoing daily pressure and stress.
Her dog has much to add to the conversation!
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