SUDAN WATCH: African Migrants: The Hunt for 20,000 Workers

Sunday, August 21, 2005

African Migrants: The Hunt for 20,000 Workers

A blog called African Migrants "Thoughts and Reflections on African Migration and Settlement in Australia" has a post dated Aug 16, 2005 saying the Australian government is trying to attract 20,000 workers from across Europe, Asia and Africa to replenish the dwindling labour supply and rescue key industries from the impending labour shortages.

[Australian officials ought to visit refugee camps in Chad where 200,000 Sudanese people are sitting, twiddling their thumbs - at least 10% might be interested in a better life in Australia. Refugees, while they are imprisoned in refugee camps with little to do, should be taught how to read, write and speak English - and French - as it could help them make a fresh start with their children in another country]

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