Attracting and Retaining the Territory’s Growing Multicultural Communities

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Abstract

Four different data sources have been brought together to describe the migration experiences and future migration intentions of eight growing migrant communities contributing to the population of the Northern Territory. Factors associated with recruitment and attraction (pull), attachment and connection (retention) and out migration intent (push) were examined through responses to a large online survey and focus groups. The aim of this Brief is to inform policy considerations on enhancing the attraction and retention of migrants from these communities. We also provide insights about cultural and demographic nuances that should be considered in policy or initiatives to attract or retain migrants.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-48
Number of pages48
No.3/2019
Specialist publicationNorthern Institute Research Brief Series
PublisherCharles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2019

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