Monday, March 24, 2014

How new migrants to Australia see the settlement services provided by the Government

More than half of new migrants to Australia say that the Government provides adequate services to assist them to settle, with some saying it is too generous, a new report has revealed.
The findings came out of two Mapping of Social Cohesion Surveys by Monash University, in partnership with the Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Multicultural Foundation as part of a continuing Social Cohesion Research program.
The research monitors how Australia can maintain its “immigration with social cohesion success story of the last five decades”.
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