14 August 2016
Temporary migration is redefining Australian society. Peter Mares says there are around one million ‘unsettled settlers’ – including thousands of New Zealanders – on various kinds of temporary visas in Australia, and many are being unfairly treated.
Peter Mares is a writer, researcher and a former ABC journalist, with a longstanding interest in migration issues. He joins Colin to discuss his new book, Not Quite Australian.
[Listen to the National Radio audio.]