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EnhanceTV :: Feature Articles :: Immigration: Australia's changing face

Immigration: Australia's changing face
Immigration: Australia's changing face 
What is immigration? Essentially it is the movement of people from one country or region, to another. As Australia was established as a British colony all of the residents of Australia today are descended from migrants, except for Aboriginal Australians.

The reason that Australia has been so enormously affected by immigration is due to the large-scale immigration policy undertaken after the Second World War. Australia believed it had to populate or perish amid the apparent threat of communism and more practically, the growing demand for labour in the rapidly booming economy.


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