Neena Bhandari

Neena Bhandari is a Sydney-based foreign correspondent. She writes for international and national publications. She started her career in 1985 with India's leading national daily, The Times of India. She has since worked in the United Kingdom and Australia, reporting on a range of issues from environment and development, human rights and gender, education and health to business, travel and indigenous issues. She has a Master’s degree in Political Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Law, a diploma in Environmental Law and a Certificate in International Humanitarian Law from the Red Cross.

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Is this innovative program is the best way to get skilled migrants into work?

July 14, 2017

Of the highly trained humanitarian skilled migrants entering Australia, few end up in jobs that make use of their skills. Some companies, however, are beginning to realise what they’re missing out on. Rami Yousifani, a graduate in computer communications engineering from the Al Mansoor University College in Baghdad, arrived in Australia under the Special Humanitarian … Read more