Australia is still following an outdated policy on disabled immigrants. We learn about it from this interesting article from The Guardian. It's called Australia Tries to Block Disabled People from Coming Here - It's Part of Our Ugly History.
It shares some intriguing insights still currently held by a lot of our politicians. This one's particularly thought-provoking:
This system says that we, as Australians, can see no other role for disabled people than as cost burdens. We have no ability to contribute, economically or otherwise in this framework. We have no value, only a cost.
Take a look ...