A Tiny Country Town’s Unlikely Refugee Success Story

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In the remote township of Nhill in western Victoria, Karen-Burmese refugees now make up 10 per cent of the town’s population and 18 per cent of the workforce – boosting the town’s economy and receiving a warm welcome from the local residents.

Ciarán McCormack, a guest blogger for Amnesty International, explores this success story.

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