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International students less than equal: Marginson

State governments, particularly Victoria and NSW, have failed to act adequately to protect international students in the wake of violent attacks that received worldwide attention, according to a leading researcher.t, especially at night; targeted policing of hot spots where violence is occurring; community education to facilitate tolerance and pathologise cultural hostility; rental housing inspections, and better information at the point of arrival” were all relatively simple measures state governments could implement to improve the current situation, he said.

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