The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has urged Taiwanese to make proper use of working holiday programs.Read More
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SYDNEY: Asylum-seekers living in Australia face having their welfare payments cut, visas cancelled or being placed in detention if they breach a new code of conduct forbidding anti-social behaviour that sparked condemnation on Tuesday.Read More
The group - consisting of lawyers, refugees, a priest and a former Defence Chief - contributed to a new book entitled “Refugees and asylum seekers: Finding a better way”.
The 24 essays explore how Australia can reframe the refugee debate to be more humane and inclusive.Read More
Asylum seekers already in Australia can have their visas cancelled or their meagre government payments reduced if they breach a new code of conduct prohibiting “antisocial behaviour” or “lying to a government official”, or if they fail to attend an interview.Read More