Australia 7 – român printre românii din Australia

Sunt sigur că sunteţi curioşi, ca şi mine de altfel, să aflaţi date şi cifre despre emigraţia română din Australia. Iatză ce am găsit deocamdată:

History of immigration from Romania

Map of Romania
Map date: 2004
During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the Romanian community in Victoria was relatively small. In 1891, 27 Romania-born Victorians were recorded, 22 of them men. Thirty years later the population had only increased to 91, including a larger number of women. By the end of World War II the community comprised just 191 people.In the post-war years Romanians joined the large influx of European migrants to Australia. Initially they immigrated under the International RefugeeOrganization scheme; the installation of a communist government in 1947 prompted thousands more to immigrate. By 1954 the community in Victoria had increased five-fold to 1,060.From the 1970s to early 1990s Romania endured a repressive government, financial mismanagement and national economic difficulties. Emigration was restricted, but many Romanians fled illegally and sought asylum. The community in Victoria more than doubled from 2,075 in 1981 to 4,806 in 1996.

In 2006, the census showed that Victoria was home to the largest Romania-born population in Australia with a total of 5,183 individuals. The majority of Romania-born Victorians work as professionals (28%) and tradespeople (15%), primarily within the manufacturing, wholesale and retail industries. The professional achievements of many within the Romanian community reflect a higher level of post-school qualifications than that for Victoria as a whole.

Predominantly situated in metropolitan Melbourne, the community is largely Romanian Orthodox. The religion, language and culture of the community are supported by the Australian Romanian Community Welfare Health and Services Association of Victoria in addition to Romanian language radio and television broadcasts.

Today, the largest communities of Romanian-Australians can be found in the Sydney (4,145[2]), Melbourne (6,482[3]) and Brisbane (1,912[4]).
According to ABS (2006 census) figures, there are 18,320 people with Romanian ancestry in Australia.[1]
(Aceştia sunt români australieni din generaţia a doua sau a treia).
Bisericile baptiste româneşti există în Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney şi Pert . O statistică, nu ştiu cât de valabilă la zi,  puteţi găsi aici
BISERICA ADRESA PASTOR ADRESA Tel / Internet
AUSTRALIA
 Adelaide  Biserica Romana Baptista  Alois Schneider   ph. 08 8381 2221,
aloiss@tpg.com.au
 Brisbane   Biserica Baptista Romana  Dorel Brandas   ph. 07 38059475,
dbrindas@optusnet.com.au
 Melbourne   Prima Biserica Romana Baptista din Australia – Endeavour Hills   Belciu Busuioc     ph. 03 97001629
 Melbourne   Biserica Baptista Romana “Maranata”, Springvale, Micut Viorel  http://www.maranatha.org.au/   ph. 03 97929331
 micut@alphalink.com.au
 Melbourne
West
  Biserica Baptista Romana “Speranta”  Daniel Nicolici   ph. 03 97080671,
dany@alphalink.com.au
 Melbourne   Biserica Baptista Romana “Harul”  Mircea Achetraritei   ph.03 97132263
 Perth   Biserica Baptista Romana Perth  Florin Iancu  ph. 08 92487883,
iancufd@netscape.net
 Sydney  Biserica Baptista Romana  Ovidiu Oprea  ph. 02 95646108,
oaoprea@hotmail.com


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