Australia Organic Farmstay, Students, Migration, Racism, Property & Employment
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Student residency regulated OVERSEAS students face unprecedented levels of regulation aimed at cracking down on the rampant permanent residency market, according to peak university, government and academic authorities. As Indian newspapers reacted to a fresh attack on one of their student nationals in Melbourne last Friday, Monash demographer Bob Birrell predicted the era of unrestrained permanent residency for former overseas students may be over.
What's the issue, as the government sets the quota for an upper limit anyway? Or is Birrell like other Australians with questionable racial views happy to take international students fees and economic benefits, but still prefer that Australia should only allow Anglo, Saxon or Celtic migrants? In Germany for example these comments could be perceived as incitement to racial hatred? Who is next Dr. Birrell, Chinese students? Remember Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984)......”They came.....”
Racist bosses no surprise: ANU New research by Australian National University showing that Australian employers are racist is disappointing, but hardly surprising.The ANU study, reported in The Age newspaper on 18 June, supported the findings of Harnessing Diversity: addressing racial and religious discrimination in employment, the report published last year by the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and the Victorian Multicultural Commission. The study showed that when job applicants changed their names on their resumes from Arabic-sounding to more Anglo-sounding names, they suddenly experienced much more success in gaining interviews.
What's in store for Australian property in 2009? As Sydney’s best suburbs spiral down in price, property commentators are in a hairy battle predicting the 2009 property market – will it be a bear year or have the price drops been enough to turn property around and prompt a bull year?
Employment: Jobless surge cuts swathe in well-heeled suburbs UNEMPLOYMENT among men in normally prosperous inner Melbourne suburbs is approaching double digits after the loss of thousands of professional positions in the finance sector.
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