What are Senate estimates? The Australian government include estimates of what it expects to spend in the legislation that funds the government’s work (known as the ‘appropriation bills’). This usually…
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This is the first Annual Report of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) following its merger with the Customs and Border Protection Service in July 2015. The report, tabled in Parliament in October 2016, provides a number of useful statistics.
This post sets out the latest statistics on refugee status determinations on Manus Island and Nauru.
This page sets out the numbers of people Australia has resettled from the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, and compares them with other key countries.
This page sets out the latest numbers of visas granted under Australia's Refugee and Humanitarian Program.
The Department of Parliament Services analysed refugee resettlement to Australia in their recent research paper What are the facts, published in September 2016. This report offers statistics and advice in relation to the current policies in Australia relating to the resettlement of refugees.
This page sets out statistics for Operation Sovereign Borders and offshore processing.
This snapshot sets out key international statistics including comparisons with Australia.
This page sets out the key detention statistics in Australia.