The Australian Institute of International Affairs – Queensland, in partnership with the University of Queensland School of Political Science and International Studies, invites you to join us on Friday, September 9, for a seminar discussing the Immigration Policy Challenges facing the Albanese Government
This is a free event. You can attend in person or view online
The Zoom link will be sent on September 8 to those who have registered
Over the next two decades, the world's major economies will age further and many will shrink rapidly - an unprecedented phenomenon. Competition for skilled migration will intensify. In this environment, Australia's piecemeal immigration policies of the last 10 years will not serve us well. The new Albanese Government has inherited a dysfunctional immigration department, massive application backlogs and an incoherent set of immigration policy settings that serve neither Australians or new migrants well. Dr Abul Rizvi will discuss these challenges and what now needs to be done
Room 309, Steele Building
(Building 03), Staff House Rd, University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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