Economical developments and technological advancements of a particular region do not ensure equal sharing of rights, facilities or wealth among the members of the society. In many developed nations inequality among varied communities has shaped up as a major concern for the government and political leaders. The difference in living standards, education levels, employment status, and other facilities are the main factors causing inequality among the communities in a society.
Australia today one of the most advanced nations having a well-developed infrastructure and a growing economy also exhibit traces of significant difference in life styles and access to facilities among certain communities. Also, an inordinate amount of wealth possessed by a certain group in Australia portrays the huge gap among the communities. Multiple factors like government policies, environmental changes, jointly contribute to creating the inequality among the communities. Owing to the same differences Australia’s claim of a ‘fair go land’ appears to be dubious.