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Report - Enabling Australia

On Monday 21 June 2010, the Joint Standing Committee on Migration tabled its report on the Inquiry into the Migration Treatment of Disability entitled Enabling Australia: Inquiry into the Migration Treatment of Disability.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 7 chapters, 1 additional comments and 3 appendices

Migration treatment of disability: Enabling Australia

Preliminary pages (PDF 137KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 79KB)

Chapter 2 (PDF 187KB)
Australia's current approach to disability

Chapter 3 (PDF 259KB)
The Migration Health Requirement

Chapter 4 (PDF 289KB)
Decision making process

Chapter 5 (PDF 275KB)
Family, humanitarian and refugee migration

Chapter 6 (PDF 216KB)
Skilled migration and disability

Chapter 7 (PDF 200KB)
Australia's international obligations and domestic exemptions

Appendix A (PDF 43KB)

Appendix B (PDF 62KB)
List of Public Hearings

Appendix C (PDF 53KB)
Migration Regulations 1994 - Schedule 4, Part 1

Additional Comments (PDF 120KB)
Senator Sue Boyce and Senator Sarah Hanson-Young

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