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The author is the senior federal industrial officer of the Australian Nursing Federation. In this article he examines aspects of the experiences of migrant nurses--both permanent and temporary--in Australia. He also considers the impact of Australia's recruitment drive on the health-care services of less-developed sending countries. 'Health workers have a clear human right to emigrate in search of a better life. Yet people in source countries hard hit by the exodus of health workers also have a right to health in their own countries', Mary Robinson former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.