Immigration and Multiculturalism
The paper reviews Australian multiculturalism from a historical perspective and also reviews current practice. It begins with an examination of definition, objectives and principles underlying the concept of Australian multiculturalism and then outlines the multicultural policies and programs that have been put in place since 1975 to integrate migrant and refugee intake into broader Australian society. It also evaluates the success or otherwise of these policies/programs in terms of social cohesion outcomes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2018
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