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The Federal election and migration. Do policies differ across the parties?

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Konfir Kabo (left) after the showing of the film All Circles The Moon And Dirt Shines In The Sun in December 2021.

Now that COVID19 restrictions have eased, can Australia compete with other countries in attracting migrants and international students?


Published 18 May 2022 at 11:11pm
By sri dean
Presented by sri dean
Source: SBS

In a number of ways, the COVID-19 pandemic impacted on people from overseas who wanted to come and live and work or study in Australia. Times have changed and restrictions have eased. In the election campaign the parties have promised programs and growth that will need migrants. But in one aspect the major parties’ migration policies differ.


Published 18 May 2022 at 11:11pm
By sri dean
Presented by sri dean
Source: SBS


Migration lawyer, film-maker and patron of the arts, Konfir Kabo explains to Sri Dean the background to the current state of migration and migration policies in Australia and their relationship to the federal election of 2022.

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