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In this lecture to the Australian Senate Peter Mares argues that our thinking about migration has not caught up with recent changes in policy, particularly the rise in temporary migration.
With 6 million people or 27% of the population born overseas Australia has –...
Population growth has been the subject of much public discussion in recent times. However, widespread misconceptions about the pace, characteristics and implications of population growth means that much of this debate has not been as well informed by the facts as the topic...
Australia prides itself on being a multicultural society. We are mostly a society of immigrant families. With this in mind The Scanlon Foundation commissioned a report Mapping Social Cohesion 2009 .
This was the second public Scanlon survey exploring attitudes to immigration;...
Multiculturalism is an ally not an enemy, argued Petro Georgiou in this speech to the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law
THE ISSUE I propose to focus on tonight is this: is multiculturalism part of the solution to terrorism or part of the...
In this keynote address to AIATSIS Native Title Conference, Social Justice Commissioner asks how the annually tabled Native Title and Social Justice reports can be used to achieve the aims of reconciliation.
I will start by giving you some background to my role as...
Statement delivered by NZ Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Emergency Meeting on the Christchurch terror attack.