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  • CBA Asylum Seekers

    a law that would allow asylum seekers to be sent to Papua New Guinea and Nauru to undergo offshore processing. This decision has caused a lot of commotion, since other people think that onshore processing is the more correct way of dealing with asylum seekers. Asylum seekers have always existed, ever...

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  • Refugees Coming to Australia

    should be obliged to welcome asylum seekers who use illegal methods to come here. We have the responsibility to protect our borders and way of life against what could amount to a huge arrival of immigrants whose backgrounds and possible criminal status are unknown. Australia shouldn’t accept the refugees...

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  • Asylum Seekers

    Point 1-Australia should have more lenient approach to asylum seekers because they deserve a better life and we can give it to them. Asylum seekers by definition are seeking asylum because they are fleeing from war and poverty. They came to Australia to escape these things because they know Australia is...

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  • Asylum Seekers Persuasive Essay

    Asylum seekers have been escaping their hostile countries for decades now, but where are they fleeing to? Not to Australia. With the Australian government forcing asylum seekers to Thailand and other foreign countries, it is lessening the number we, as Australians, have to "deal with", at least that...

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  • Asylum Seekers - a Contemporary Social Issues in Australian Society

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines asylum as the shelter afforded by a country to someone who has had to leave their country of origin due to danger from political or other reasons (Oxford English Dictionary 2012). Structuralism, according to Babbie (2006), is a theory supporting the establishment...

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  • Refugees in Australia

     My reactions to the way Australia and Australians respond to the plight of refugees Australian’s are much divided in their opinions as to whether they agree or disagree with the plight of refugees. Many people believe that Australia is already over populated and that we do not need any more people...

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  • Asian Media in Transition Essay

    Using examples from recent editions (from the last 6 months) of a particular English language newspaper published in Asia, examine how Australia and Australian issues are being reported in the newspaper. In your essay, provide a context for understanding Australia’s role in the region. You can draw...

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  • Nursing Practice

    very specific population in Australia. Australia has multicultural community with different country people, culturally different people. In Australia, Australian resident, Indigenous and refugees community people living. In this summary I am describing about Refugees in Australia and their specific health...

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  • Journal and topic paper

    was given to my group was, ‘Australia hosts more refugees than any other countries’. I felt very ignorant because I wasn’t aware of the actual statistics and facts about asylum seekers. This has to do with media influence. I wasn’t aware that over 90% of asylum seekers come by plane rather than by...

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  • oral persuasive speech

    Asylum seekers have been escaping their hostile countries for decades now, but where are they fleeing to? Not to Australia. With the Australian government forcing asylum seekers to Thailand and other foreign countries, it is lessening the number we, as Australians, have to "deal with", at least that...

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  • Studies of Religion 2 Study Guide

    more than 200 years of migration, Australia has become a multicultural society. By 2010, 27% of people in Australia were born overseas and over 100 languages were spoken. We currently live with many different nationalities, people that have chosen to make Australia their home. The real pressing question...

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  • Asylum Seekers Speach

    with valuable facts and knowledge on why the laws regarding mandatory detention of asylum seekers should be modified to give these innocent human beings what they deserve...the opportunity to belong. These asylum seekers have fled their war torn countries in order to escape death. They then spend countless...

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  • Pacific Solution Debate, Second Speaker, Affirmative

    Pacific Solution is much more ethical than other suggested solutions. During the 7 years that his solution was in place- 2001 till 2007- only 404 asylum seekers died while at sea. This number was shockingly doubled in the next five years, 2008 to 2012, to 814 deaths. That means 814 families torn apart,...

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  • Human Rights and Reconcilliation

    Geography - Human Rights and Reconciliation in Australia PART 1 CHALLENGES FOR AUSTRALIA In Australia where, as mentioned, most human rights are taken for granted, there still remain groups of people whose rights have not been respected or whose rights call for protection or preservation. Such...

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  • Australian Immigration

    Australia has a rich migration history starting with the first migrants being convicts transported from Britain between 1788 and 1840. Free immigrants began arriving in the 1790’s (Walsh: 2001) The Industrial revolution which caused wide spread poverty and unemployment in Britain, as well as the demand...

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  • asylum seekers

    The A Just Australia campaign is managed by the Refugee Council of Australia. The core mission of the campaign is to campaign for positive changes to government policy on refugee and asylum seekers. By working together with prominent Australians and community groups and thousands of concerned individuals...

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  • Property

    has revealed he would like to make it possible for asylum seekers held in detention to work for "the good of the community" while their claims for refugee status were being assessed. Mr Bowen said he was "sympathetic to the argument" that asylum seekers should be allowed to volunteer for the massive Queensland...

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  • White Australia Policy

    From the outset of federation, Australia immediately constructed what has been termed the ‘White Australia Policy’. This consisted of attempts to keep Australia’s image to the rest of the world as a white European society, devoid of any other colors and ethnicities. Those that were of non-European descent...

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  • Essay: Human rights. Deals with child soldiers, child sex tourism, and mandatory detention.

    In Australia, human rights are recognised through statute law, the Constitution, international law and most prominently through common law. Police, the courts, Parliament and tribunals all protect human rights. Human rights are recognised internationally through the United Nations and its various agencies...

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  • Don't Be Sorry Campain

    citizenship CONTEXT The term ‘boat people’ entered Australia in the 1970’s with the arrival of boats seeking asylum after the Vietnam war when over half of the Vietnamese population we displaced, and fled to nearby Asian countries or across the oceans to Australia. Over the next 5 years there were a total of...

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