Toward Acceptance of Asians
- â€˜Better than anywhere elseâ€™: Lebanese settlement in Queensland, 1880â€“1947. Mason, Robert; Monsour, Anne // Queensland Review;Dec2014, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p142
Until the 1960s, the settlement of Lebanese migrants in Queensland was characteristically regional, with the immigrants dispersed widely throughout the state. Immigrant settlement involves a dynamic and complex interaction between the immigrants and the social, political and economic structures...
- YES MINISTER? THE 2012 MIGRATION AMENDMENTS: WHENCE HAVE WE COME AND WHITHER ARE WE GOING? Lindsay, Robert // AIAL Forum;Mar2013, Issue 72, p63
The article discusses the political amendments to the 2012 Migration law using a zigzag approach in response to the influx of asylum seekers in Australia. It mentions the Australian government protection obligations under the Refugee Convention on prerogative writ and common law for immigrants...
- RESCALING SOVEREIGNTY? Sub-state Responses to Irregular Migrants. Schech, Susanne // Griffith Law Review (Griffith University, as represented by its ;2013, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p785
Academic contributions to debates on migration policy tend to focus on the sovereign state controlling borders and managing cross-border movements to vouchsafe the nation's economic, social and security interests. Irregular migrants contest this fundamental aspect of sovereignty, and states...
- Unauthorised maritime arrivals don't have names. Murphy, Kerry // Eureka Street;11/24/2014, Vol. 24 Issue 23, p43
The article offers the author's insights regarding the impact of bad migration laws on immigrants in Australia. The author discusses the case of an Iraqi immigrant who fled from his country because of threats he experienced wherein he suffers various challenges to be settled in Australia such as...
- Refugee Cosmopolitans: Disrupting narratives of dependency. REID, CAROL; AL KHALIL, AHMAD // Social Alternatives;2013, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p14
This article provides an alternative framing to so-called 'illegal refugees' in comparison with those dominating public discourse currently in Australia, drawing upon 'cosmopolitan social theory' and ideas of a shared humanity. It distinguishes between contemporary refugees and the...
- La detenciÃ³n comunitaria en Australia. Marshall, Catherine; Pillai, Suma; Stack, Louise // Revista Migraciones Forzadas;oct2013, Issue 44, p55
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- Voces desde los centros de internamiento australianos. Phillips, Melissa // Revista Migraciones Forzadas;oct2013, Issue 44, p10
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- AUSTRALIAâ€™S EXPERIMENT WITH TWO-STEP STUDENT MIGRATION. Hawthorne, Lesleyanne // Canadian Diversity / Canadian DiversitÃ©;Winter2011, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p52
The past decade has coincided with extraordinary growth in international student migration to Australia. By mid 2010, over 610,000 students were enrolled, large numbers of whom planned to convert to permanent resident status through â€œtwo-step migrationâ€. While international students...
- Migrants and the law. Crock, Dr. Mary // Legaldate;Jul98, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p5
Explores some of the issues that arise from the process of accepting and settling migrants into the Australian community. How legal system handles linguistic and cultural diversity; Specific assumptions embedded in the laws and practice. INSET: Student activities, by Lynette Nixon.