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Content description VCGGK124

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Knowledge / Changing nations
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The reasons for and effects of international migration to Australia
  1. identifying and explaining the main types and patterns of international migration. For example, permanent migration, temporary labour migration, student migration, forced migration (including refugees) and family reunion
  2. investigating where and why international migrants settle in Australia and how this may reinforce urban concentration
  3. exploring the changing cultural diversity of the Australian population
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