Immigration and Australia's Population in the 21st Century. An Open Door or Fortress Australia: Policy Choices for Australia in the 21st Century
As we approach the 21st Century, Australia needs to thoroughly its future population and immigration policies. The questions addressed in this focus on four related areas in which Australia will need to develop a global perspective and corresponding policies: populayion policies which take into consideration the global movements of labour, in same way as the movement of capital now take place; tertiary education programs which will include the needs of, and inputs from, other countries; economic activity with a focus on the introduction of new forms of agricultural production, espacially in the country's northern regions; and cultural policy which will extend the concept of multiculturalism to the core social, economic and political institutions and will include internal as well as external dimensions.
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