By Elizabeth Kath (eds.)
This pioneering interdisciplinary booklet explores the hot financial, cultural, and political ties among Australia and Latin the United States, situating them in the context of broader international alterations, Australia's position within the worldwide South, and Latin America's elevated strategic and financial relevance to the Asia-Pacific region.
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Au/our-responsibilities/ settlement-and-multicultural-affairs/programs-policy/a-multiculturalaustralia/programs-and-publications/community-information-summaries/ the-uruguay-born-community. Bendrups, Dan. 2011. ” Popular Music 30 (2): 191–207. Carr, Barry, and John Minns. 2014. ” In Australia and Latin America. Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium, edited by Barry Carr and John Minns, xvii–xxix. Canberra: The Australian National University Press. Castles, Stephen, Hein de Haas, and Mark.
The role of the state has also been important in the case of Mexican migrants to Australia, particularly because many of them have been drawn through Australia’s internationalization of higher education policy and the General Skilled Migration visa program. Overall, although dual labor market theory does shed some light on the signiﬁcant role that state programs play in attracting migrants, this theory appears to be incomplete as an explanation of the phenomenon of Mexican migration to Australia, since it focuses mainly on immigration programs that aim at ﬁlling labor shortages in the “secondary” unskilled segment of the market and does not sufﬁciently address middle-class migration.
Together with broader literature dealing with Brazil’s changing social, economic and political situation in the global context, the existing publications provide a helpful starting point for further scholarship into the likely future experiences and inﬂuences of the growing Brazilian community in Australia. Colombia Perhaps the most impressive migration shift in Latin American–Australian migration trends in the last 25 years is the growth of the Colombian– Australian community. In 1991 there were only 2,113 Colombian-born people in Australia, whereas by 2011 there were 11,317 (Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011).
Australian-Latin American Relations: New Links in a Changing Global Landscape by Elizabeth Kath (eds.)