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International research into migrants’ housing consumption has traditionally focussed on the geographic patterns of settlement and the housing quality and options of migrants. There are particular emphases on migrants who have arrived recently and the housing of forced or labour migrants. There is thus far...
Ethnic precincts are one example of the way that cultural diversity shapes public spaces in the postmodern metropolis.
Ethnic precincts are essentially clusters of ethnic or immigrant entrepreneurs in areas that are designated as ethnic precincts by place marketers and government officials and display...
Presented in this paper is something of an historical and contemporary inventory of business activity in Australia's two leading cities.
It does not present a complete picture of economic activity, still less of such issues as the 'liveability' of Sydney and Melbourne. Its focus...
FECCA’s 2014-15 Access and Equity Report provides a summary of the perspectives and broader feedback received through consultations with culturally and linguistically diverse communities and service providers around Australia, regarding the design and delivery of Australian Government services. The report aims to discuss diverse community...
This resource looks at how sexual and reproductive health is experienced and understood by recent migrant and refugee women.
In the current racial climate of Australia, biracial Australians are left to choose between two or more identities on how to behave in attempts to fit binary racial groups and expectations. In an effort to understand the lived experience of biracial youth in Australia, this...