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Multiculturalism put to the test

29 November 2023

5:30 AM

29 November 2023

5:30 AM

‘Australia is the most successful multicultural nation in the world.’

Australian political leaders of all persuasions have often paraded this claim – but is it true?

Around 45 per cent of Australia’s population is either born overseas or have a parent who was. Moreover, our migrant populace hails from all corners of the Earth and exists in thousands of complex diasporic communities.

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