State of the Nation 2017: Refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia

The world is in the midst of an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. Yet Australia’s approach in recent years has been to punish people seeking asylum, while increasing the numbers of refugees it resettles. This contrasting approach threatens the long and proud history Australia has of successful integration of refugee communities. This report reflects what we have heard from refugees and people seeking asylum, and the people supporting them
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Kaldor Centre report: ‘Where to from here’ for regional refugee protection?

With global displacement at record levels, a real public debate on refugee protection is sorely needed. Motivated to explore concrete, principled strategies for refugee policy and practices in Australia and the wider region, the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law convened a two-day Expert Roundtable at the University of New South Wales.
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