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Our Migrant And Refugee Women Are Dying From Preventable Disease: 5 Point Plan starstarstarstarstar   26th October 2010 - Views: 957 Our Migrant And Refugee Women Are Dying From Preventable Disease: 5 Point Plan Migrant and Refugee women are at significant risk from preventable diseases in Australia due to a lack of targeted and specialised health programs and policies, Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) said today.

New Exhibition Tells Emotional Story Of Britain's Child Migrants starstarstarstarstar   21st October 2010 - Views: 841 Many would consider them too little to cross the road on their own and yet, from the late 19 th century more than 100,000 British children travelled alone to the other side of the world to begin new lives. British child migration schemes changed the lives of these children dramatically.

Mcwh Rejects Monash University Study: Bmi Should Not Influence Immigration starstarstarstarstar   20th October 2010 - Views: 425 Mcwh Rejects Monash University Study: Bmi Should Not Influence Immigration MCWH rejects Monash University study’s recommendations to limit immigration based on body mass index and assumed strain on health system Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health today lashed out at a Monash University study that suggests that targeted preventative health policies are not effective, and that immigration policies may be influenced by their study.

Children Out Of Detention: A Victory For Compassion And Commonsense starstarstarstarstar   19th October 2010 - Views: 337 The Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) welcomes the Government's commitment to move children and families groups out of immigration detention facilities and into community-based accommodation.

Uniting Church Says Taking Children And Families Out Of Detention 'long Overdue' starstarstarstarstar   18th October 2010 - Views: 297 The Uniting Church in Australia has welcomed today's announcement from the Australian Government that asylum seeker families and unaccompanied minors will be moved out of detention and into the community.

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