Migration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Research, Policy and Practice 21s Nov 2013
Keynote Speaker: Professor Min Zhou
University of Sydney Business School CBD Campus
Stockland Building, 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Bringing together business leaders, nationally and internationally recognized scholars/consultants in the field, policy makers and key experts from the Ethnic Communities Council, the Department of Investment and Trade (NSW) and Settlement Services International the workshop aims to examine migrants, refugees and entrepreneurship in Australia. Scholars will present pioneering research while policymakers will provide details from key stakeholders in the field.
The Point Magazine
Senior Lecturer Dimitria Groutsis has been interviewed by The Point Magazine on the topic of subclass 428 visas, which are used to grant religious workers the right to travel to, and work in, Australia.
The Weekend Australian
Australia relies heavily on skilled migration and the federal government has been one of the world leaders in attracting global talent. But what is it that causes so many skilled workers to want to move to Australia? Read more
The Conversation website has published an article by Dr Diane van den Broek on global debates surrounding skilled migration