A report on Socioeconomic impacts of Indian Migration to Australia released
Indian migrants in Australia positively contributing socio-economically and are capable of contributing more if the focal issue of 3Us (Un-employment, Under-employment and Under-Utilisation) is addressed
Friday 19 June 2015: Today, Indian Community is one of the fastest growing communities in Australia. There are nearly half a million people of Indian origin who call Australia home. India has recently been identified as one of the key regional nations that are most important to Australia and both countries claim to be open for business. These developments look promising.
The research report, ‘Merrh-ma~Samanvaya: Socio-Economic Impacts of Indian Migration To Australia’, was released on 18 June 2015 by Mr. Sunjay Sudhir, Consul General of India in Sydney. This research (funded by the Consulate General of India in Sydney and conducted by Aei4eiA (research partner) and SEVA (community partner)) is a significant step that highlights the fact that from the days of Lascars, Manly Sikhs and Ghans through to the modern days of skilled migrants, Indians have been highly contributing- socio-economically, to the growth and development of Australia and is capable of contributing more if the focal issue of 3Us (Un-employment, Under-employment and Under-Utilisation) is addressed.
In his foreword, Consul General of India in Sydney, Mr. Sunjay Sudhir says, "The title of the report- Merrh-ma~Samanvaya, with 'Merrh-ma' (to add together) taken from aboriginal language and 'Samanvaya' (harmony) taken from Sanskrit language, itself symbolises the old connections between India and Australia. The report is an in-depth analysis of socio-economic impact of Indian migration to Australia and challenges faced by Indian migrants. It also suggests policy initiatives for future course of action and research. It brings out the positive contribution made by the Indian migrant community to the overall growth and development of Australia”.
Merrh-ma~Samanvaya Preview Video’ may be viewed at the Consulate General of India Sydney’s YouTube channel.
Aei4eiA is a Sydney-based management/policy research and consultancy firm focusing on 'People and sustainability' matters. One of the areas of focus of the company is its - Australia-India Wing. It is an initiative to conduct relevant evidence-based research and advocacy in order to bring forth the story of Indian migrant community’s role, contributions, issues and challenges in the sustainable development of Australia. Please visit www.aei4eia.com.au for more information.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
New Delhi: DGFT has constituted a GST facilitation cell in DGFT Headquarters to assist and advice …