Surjeet Dogra Dhanji

Surjeet Dogra Dhanji
University of Melbourne | MSD · School of Social and Political Sciences

B.Sc; MA (Development Studies); Post-doctoral Fellow Australia India Institute

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Introduction
International students and tertiary education during the COVID-19 pandemic

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The chapter focuses on the important role by the Indian diaspora in delivering essential services to Indians stranded in different parts of the world during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that caught nations on the backfoot. Case studies of transnational civil society organisations run by members of the Indian diaspora in the UK, Austral...
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Why are there so few Australian Indians in the Australian parliament? Is it because they are not interested in politics or is it because there are structural barriers? But Australia is a nation of migrants that reflects diversity in its society. So why are Australian Indians missing in politics?
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Leveraging Australia’s Indian Diaspora for Deeper Trade and Investment Relations: How can the Indian diaspora in Australia be mobilised as an asset for building deeper bilateral trade and investment relations with India? and What institutional frameworks and industry linkages require facilitation by the Australian government to enable its Indian di...
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This research project investigates opportunities for Australian VET providers (TAFE colleges and RTOs) to engage with India’s emerging aged care sector. A 2017 Austrade market assessment for health care in India identified senior health care and living as an emerging sector with opportunities for first mover advantage in skills development, specia...
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This paper explores the expression of Indian identity in the modern, multicultural city of Melbourne where the Indian presence is increasingly evident through its increasing participation in the workforce as well as the proliferation of Indian restaurants and specialist shops. The paper questions the notion of a singular Indian identity, and instea...
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This paper explores the expression of Indian identity in the modern, multicultural city of Melbourne where the Indian presence is increasingly evident through its increasing participation in the workforce as well as the proliferation of Indian restaurants and specialist shops. The paper questions the notion of a singular Indian identity, and instea...
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A study examines the practical outcomes of resettlement programmes for former Horn of Africa and Sudanese refugees living in Australia in terms of the interconnectedness among their access to accommodation, health care services, welfare and well-being. Results indicate that a lack of linkage among the social aspects has hindered the success of the...
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The concept of 'integration' as a complex concept dependent on several key factors is discussed. The integration and resettlement of former refugees from the Horn of Africa and Sudan, who had previously been welcomed by Australia as a part of its multicultural policy is highlighted.

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