So, Doctors become Taxi Drivers: Tackling Professional Skills Recognition in Australia
The paper reports on research conducted with skilled migrants and refugees and strategies to assist in their skills recognition.
||Migration, Labour Market Exclusion, Skills Recognition
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.155-162.
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Dr Regine Wagner's career has been across two countries, Germany and Australia. Strongly associated with Sozialpaedagogik in the context of youth and community work, she has earned a reputation as an applied social researcher in the key areas of critical social pedagogy, community development and adult education. Working at UWS since 1993, Regine has played a leading role in the development of workbased degrees, partnerships and networks between UWS and other organisations and the establishment of various research concentrations. She is currently the Director of the Centre for Learning and Social Transformation. Most recently she has established a noted program for the assessment and development of skills and experience of professional migrants and refugees from non-English speaking countries in Australia.
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