European refugees in (white) Australia: identity, community and labour market integration
Introduction: Refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina1 (’Bosnia’ in further text) were the largest single component of the Australian humanitarian immigration program during the 1990s (Jupp 2002). Almost without exception, Bosnians arrived as ‘quota refugees’ with permanent visas, and have mostly settled in large Australian cities. Over the past decade, an estimated 4,000–5,000 settled in Perth, Western Australia, and between 12,000 and 14,000 in Sydney and surrounding areas of New South Wales. This...[Show more]
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