The government's mistreatment of migrants raises human rights concerns

Dr Oliver Hartwich
Dr Eric Crampton
30 July, 2021

Oliver Hartwich and Eric Crampton join Matt Burgess to talk about the government’s performance on immigration since the lockdown.

Skilled migrants who cannot get their families into the country or obtain residency are now leaving, while MIQ spaces sit vacant and the government is paying migrants to come into the country to deal with a skills shortage. The government’s policy and processes have treated migrants so poorly as to raise questions about consistency with the UN Declaration on Human Rights.



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