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SUBMISSIONS TO INQUIRIES: 1 November 2000

Australia’s migrant intake 2001-02 – Submission by AESP National Office to the Dept. of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA), Nov 2000

AUSTRALIANS FOR AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE POPULATION INC. SUBMISSION TO DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS CONCERNING AUSTRALIA’S 2001-02 IMMIGRATION INTAKE November 2000 The objectives of Australians for an Ecologically Sustainable Population (AESP) that closely relate to the annual immigration program are as follows: To promote policies ...

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SUBMISSIONS TO INQUIRIES: 1 February 2000

Australia’s migrant intake 2000-01 – Submission by AESP National Office to the Dept. of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA), Feb 2000

AUSTRALIANS FOR AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE POPULATION INC. SUBMISSION TO DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS CONCERNING AUSTRALIA’S 2000-01 IMMIGRATION INTAKE February 2000 Glossary and Abbreviations * Introduction * Australia’s population future * Net Overseas Migration * The size and composition of the Migration Program * Retain ...

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SUBMISSIONS TO INQUIRIES: 1 November 1999

Environment protection and biodiversity conservation ACT 1999 – submission by AESP national office to the department of environment and heritage, Nov 1999

  AUSTRALIANS FOR AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE POPULATION INC. SUBMISSION TO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND HERITAGE CONCERNING ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION ACT 1999 November 1999 To: Director, Legislation Implementation Task Force, Dept. of Environment and Heritage The Consultation Paper for Regulations and Guidelines under the ...

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