Immigration
Immigration policy dominates Jobs Summit day two

As immigration policy took precedence at the recent Jobs Summit, Dr Abul Rizvi discussed solutions ...  
Jobs Summit sending us back onto the Big Australia hamster wheel

Via its Jobs and Skills Summit, Labor looks set to ignore voters on its way back to all-time ...  
Jobs Summit should not be a rubber stamp for neoliberalism

The Jobs and Skills Summit will give the opportunity to confront the failures of neoliberalism.  
Jobs Summit an opportunity to fix immigration policy

The forthcoming Jobs Summit will provide the Government with an opportunity to focus on reforming ...  
Australia is capable of taking more refugee action

The worldwide refugee crisis needs wealthy countries such as Australia to assist the UN and take ...  
Who are employers sponsoring from overseas?

Australia has had a surge in Temporary Skilled visa grants over the past year as a result of the ...  
Treasury's post-pandemic population hopes seem rash

Population projections reveal the Treasury is hopeful for strong population growth, but it could ...  
Peter Dutton's legacy is a refugee processing nightmare

The Coalition Government left behind a cruel and complicated processing system for asylum seeke ...  
Albanese Government inundated with growing asylum applications

With asylum applications on the rise and an increasing backlog, the Government must develop ...  
Skilled Independent visa category set for rapid growth

The Albanese Government is set to drive up places available in the Skilled Independent category in ...  
Dutton's negligence haunts 2022-23 Migration Program

The allocation for partner visas may have been increased to clear Peter Dutton's illegally engi ...  
Peter Dutton — the boy who cried 'boats!'

Liberal Leader Peter Dutton is warning of a ‘looming disaster’ of boat arrivals.  
Biloela family triumph should inspire amnesty for other refugees

With the return of the Murugappan family to Biloela, the Albanese Government has shown that ...  
Skilled migration: Business wants the benefit but not the burden

Due to the decline in skilled temporary visa holders, business lobby groups are asking the Gove ...  
Albanese Government has a chance to stop politicising asylum

It's time for the Labor Party to right the wrongs done to asylum seekers by both sides of gover ...  
Morrison misleads on migration

Scott Morrison has misinformed the public on Australia's levels of net migration and our strugg ...  
Somehow, immigration made us older in 2019

Rather than immigration slowing the rate of population ageing, in 2019, the rate was accelerate ...  
Nepal emerges as Australia's leading source for overseas students

A recent spike in student applications from Nepal comes with a risk of students being left in ...  

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