Sammut, Jeremy
March 2015
Policy;Autumn2015, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
In this article the author presents his views regarding the issue related to reform of the Section 18C of the Australian Racial Discrimination Act. He mentions about his support for the reform as the section undermines the democratic rights of Australians. Further he discusses topics including non-discriminatory immigration policy, introduction of the official policy of multiculturalism in Australia, and the success of the Australia's immigration program.


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