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COVID-19 crisis: How temporary migrants are being left behind

CEDA Senior Economist, Gabriela D'Souza, says that the COVID-19 crisis has left thousands of temporary migrants in limbo. She argues we need a strong policy response to give certainty and security to Australia's migrant population.  Read more…

23/03/2020

https://www.ceda.com.au/Digital-hub/Blogs/CEDA-Blog/March-2020/COVID-19-crisis-How-temporary-migrants-are-being-left-behind


Temporary skilled migration not just good for business

Following the release of Effects of temporary migration, CEDA CEO, Melinda Cilento examines how building an efficient and transparent temporary skilled migration scheme is in everyone’s interests.  Read more…

23/07/2019

https://www.ceda.com.au/Digital-hub/Blogs/CEDA-Blog/July-2019/Temporary-skilled-migration-not-just-good-for-business


Associate Professor Joanna Howe: Labour migration in a post-Brexit (now Trump) world

Identifying skills shortages in Australia for the purposes of awarding 457 visas needs to be determined by an independent authority – not by employers – University of Adelaide’s Senior Lecturer of Law and CEDA’s Migration: the economic debate report author Associate Professor Joanna Howe has told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…

15/11/2016

https://www.ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Associate-Professor-Joanna-Howe-Labour-migration-in-a-post-Brexit-(now-Trump)-world


The real issues with the 457 visa aren't being addressed

In this post from The Conversation, Dr Joanna Howe discusses Australia's 457 visa program.
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18/11/2016

https://www.ceda.com.au/Digital-hub/Blogs/CEDA-Blog/Nov-2016/The-real-issues-with-the-457-visa-aren-t-being-addressed


Migration: the economic debate

CEDA released a research report in November 2016 which examines the economic consequences of the migration program for Australia and the effectiveness of the migration program itself. Read more…

11/11/2016

https://www.ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/Recent-research/Migration-the-economic-debate


Migration: the economic debate

CEDA released a research report in November 2016 which examines the economic consequences of the migration program for Australia and the effectiveness of the migration program itself. Read more…

11/11/2016

https://www.ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/All-CEDA-research/Research-catalogue/Migration-the-economic-debate


World class Australian innovation needs a globally mobile workforce

To coincide with CEDA's research report Effects of temporary migration, CSL Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Andrew Cuthbertson AO discusses the importance of temporary migrants to their unique workforce and Australia's global competitiveness. Read more…

15/07/2019

https://www.ceda.com.au/Digital-hub/Blogs/CEDA-Blog/July-2019/World-class-Australian-innovation-needs-a-globally-mobile-workforce


CEDA research finds migration is not a threat to wages or jobs of local workers

Economic modelling undertaken by CEDA in its latest research report has found that immigration to Australia has not harmed the jobs and earnings of local workers. Read more…

15/07/2019

https://www.ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/Media-releases/CEDA-research-finds-migration-is-not-a-threat-to-wages-or-jobs-of-local-workers


Constant reviews to temporary migration erode confidence in the system: CEDA CEO

Australia’s temporary migration system has been subject to constant reviews which damage community trust in the system and disrupt workforce planning for business, CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento has told a CEDA audience. Read more…

26/07/2019

https://www.ceda.com.au/News-and-analysis/CEDA-Events/Constant-reviews-to-temporary-migration-erode-confidence-in-the-system-CEDA-CEO