Evaluate whether the restrictions to access work by asylum seekers living in the Australian community since 2001 has been in the national interest.

Evaluate whether the restrictions to access work by asylum seekers living in the Australian community since 2001 has been in the national interest.

Evaluate whether the restrictions to access work by asylum seekers living in the Australian community since 2001 has been in the national interest.
Research Essay
Length: Max. 4,000 words
Instructions: This is a research essay, and you will be expected to rely on extensive
independent, peer reviewed scholarly research, as well as the materials covered in the
lectures and readings, in framing your answer.
Students are expected to choose their respective research topic
This is a thought provoking exercise intended to
stimulate and develop their own topic of research and to work out an
appropriate proposal of research.
It is expected that there will be significant reference to quality academic sources in
constructing the research essay, to demonstrate engagement with scholarly, peer-reviewed analysis of the topic. For a paper of this length, you should have at least 10
good quality academic references. This is not compulsory, but highly recommended.
Evaluate whether the restrictions to access work by asylum seekers living in the Australian community since 2001 have been in the national interest.
To something like:
With reference to international examples, assess whether work rights would benefit both asylum seekers and the Australian community.
You could of course focus on Australia but use the international examples that appear in the research.
I would suggest that your next step would be to read through this material and make an outline of an essay: are you comfortable to try this on your own or do you want some guidance?

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