The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration and other factors has led to a 1 million contraction in forecasts for Australia’s population over the next […]
Innovative use of high-performance computing technology to map ‘superhighways’ of early human migration has snared an international team of researchers a prestigious global award. Flinders University’s […]
New research has revealed the obstacles young African migrants face when adapting to life in Australia – with significant barriers leading to high rates of alcohol […]
At the start of Refugee Week, a timely study reminds us of the experiences and ‘cultural acclimatisation’ of recent arrivals. The simple but important act of […]
As Indonesia is now a strong neighbour, it is time to enhance a two-way exchange of students, including support from Jakarta for Australian students to study in Indonesia.
Law academic says the Federal Government should adopt an alternative visa strategy for asylum seekers.
The circumstances that attend migration are myriad, but Flinders academics Associate Professor Diana Glenn and Dr Eric Bouvet, editors of a new book, say that all migrants, voluntary or otherwise, share a sense of dislocation that is far more than physical.
The remarkable and transformative story of Australian immigration over the course of the 20th century is the subject of a major new study by Flinders University historian Professor Eric Richards.
Some 8,000 South Australians can trace their heritage back to a single, picturesque, hilltop town in southern Italy.