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The resilience of Burundian migrants when told they are not welcomed

Loic Iteka Source: Supplied

A new study shows skilled migrants add to Australia's wealth, and do not live on welfare or rob local workers of jobs. The report is by the Treasury and the Department of Home Affairs, and follows calls to reduce Australia's immigration intake. Burundians share their stories of resilience from when they felt unwelcome in Australia.

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