Coronavirus pandemic gives us a chance to take stock on immigration - The Sydney Morning Herald

Almost 30 per cent of the Australian population was born overseas and immigration has always been a key part of our economic policy and history. And it has always triggered debate - about integration, congestion, environmental impacts and the effects on the national labour force. This debate became particularly heated in the past few years, as predictions suggested migration rates would see our population hit 30 million by 2030. Click here to read the full SMH article. 

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