Who'll do the dirty work?

Australia, 1985

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Episode number 6 of Series “Destination Australia: the migrant experience since 1788”.
The arrival of more than three million people since World War II has provided a vast labor force. Shows how some of these migrants have struck it rich, but many have been the first to suffer from union neglect and exploitation in low skilled work areas. Suitable for middle and upper secondary levels.

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Film Australia

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00:11:45:00

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Australia
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1985

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Destination Australia: the migrant experience since 1788

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Destination Australia: the migrant experience since 1788

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