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Australia is bringing migrant workers back – but exploitation is still rampant. Here are 3 changes needed now

By Laurie Berg, Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney
Bassina Farbenblum, Associate Professor, UNSW Sydney
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If the COVID years have taught us anything about migration, it is that Australia depends on it. About 7% of our workforce holds a temporary visa. When many international students, backpackers and other temporary visa holders suddenly left during COVID, the ensuing staff shortages revealed how vital these…The Conversation

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