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  • Clinton And Trump Differ On Immigration Analysis

    Summary/ Evaluation of a staff member “How do Clinton and Trump differ on immigration?” A staff member for the Inside Counsel Breaking News, argues on “How do Clinton and Trump differ on immigration?” that immigration is one of the most view issue into the campaign race. He shares both candidate’s views points on High-skilled immigration and the domestic workforce, EB-5 immigrant investors, E-verify, and the comprehensive immigration reform. The writer talks about trump proposition on building…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Offshore Detention Centres

    establishment of Refugee detention centres. With the first immigration detention centre opening in 1966 in Melbourne, there has been a lot of controversy surrounding this topic. Detention camps were opened in order to have placement of people entering Australia, without valid visa’s or documentation to basically, be imprisoned. Through the years this has received much attention from the media and civilians, with various opinions on the topic. In 2001, the first offshore detention centre was…

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  • Kokoda Pacific War Analysis

    Events in the pacific war led to Australia being involved in the battles of Kokoda, along with other pacific countries. Which steered many post war impacts on Australia. The battle of Kokoda had a significant impact in the war on the Pacific and Australia, ruining but yet building civilisations and making history within countries. Events in the pacific war in late 1941 and early 1942 of Japans conquer and determination to take of the Pacific; led to the July 1942, Kokoda jungle war in Papa New…

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  • Integrative Multiculturalism

    Australian politics. The shift from ‘White Australia’ to ‘Multicultural Australia’ occurred during the 1960s-2000’s. Positive progression of political and civil attitudes towards minority out-groups – from race-based exclusion to State espoused multiculturalism – gradually transpired. The Aliens Act Repeal Act of (1987) repealed the Aliens Act 1947. However, this progression appears to have only occurred as immigrant communities demanded social equality; that Australia maintain a plurality of…

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  • The Importance Of Management Of Refugees In Australia

    One major human rights issue that has been debated for the past decade in Australia, is the protection and treatment of refugees who land on Australian shores. “At the end of 2015, the number of refugees reached 65.3 million, revealing that 1 in every 113 people are displaced from their home.” This constant rise in refugee number highlights the importance for Australia’s government to move towards better solutions for the management of asylum seekers. This essay will consider the political…

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  • Mistreatment Of Refugees

    detention centres has caused a media uproar showcasing the lack of human morality of the mistreatment of refugees in domestic detention centres. Australia has been known for signing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and also the one of the founding counties of the United Nations (U.N) [Australian Human Rights Commission, 2015]. This leaves Australia in a position of prestige, being a country that fully supports the concept that everyone is entitled to an adequate degree of Human…

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  • Is Religion Losing Its Grip On Social Morality Analysis

    Is religion losing its grip on social morality in an increasingly secular society? Introduction Morality is a customary set of guidelines which are intended to guide human behaviour towards achieving a 'good ' and 'acceptable ' life (The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, 2014). This moral law enables society to discern from good and bad according to reason and the law of God (Purdue University, 2012). According to the law or ethics of God, the world religions have an obligation to guide…

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  • Indigenous Education Gap Analysis

    Findings Against arguments Throughout the years, numerous measures have been taken to close the gap and accomplish educational fairness of Indigenous Australians (Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs [MCEETYA], 2000). For Indigenous children, closing the education gap would mean, these children often having to assimilate to non-Indigenous mainstream schooling systems. This may result in Indigenous children losing their identity and culture (Korff, 2016)…

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  • Australia Day Poem Analysis

    The 26th of January, Australia Day, what first comes to mind? Depending on cultural ethnicity the answer to this question will be different. For those of white Australian background you think of the stereotypical lifestyle consisting of the sun, waves and mates. However for those of Indigenous background mass genocide and the beginning of the end for your culture is what is thought of on this day. To display this stark contrast I have selected two poems by Australian poets which offer…

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  • Essay On Oxfam

    Link between Australia and Bangladesh Bangladesh is a country in South Central Asia.The country has the population of 169 million with an area of 147,000 square kilometers which makes it one of the world's most densely populated countries.Australia among was the first countries to recognize Bangladesh after it achieved independence in 1971 the relations between both countries are good since then and also the two countries will celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations in 2017.Australia and…

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