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COVID has made one thing very clear — we do not know enough about Australians overseas

By George Tan, Research Fellow, Charles Darwin University
Andrew Taylor, Associate professor, Charles Darwin University
Kelly McDougall, Research fellow, University of South Australia
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The COVID-19 crisis has thrust a largely unseen part of Australia’s population firmly into the national spotlight.

These are the Australians who live and work abroad — our diaspora.

For more than a year, we have been hearing harrowing stories of Australians unable to get home. Most recently, there is the distress of those in India, currently…

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