The responses to Senate Questions on Notice after the 2020-21 Additional Estimates round were published on 7 May 2021. We analysed the questions put to the Department of Home Affairs and are working to incorporate the...
The usual way of seeking protection is to come to a country and ask for protection. This is commonly called ‘seeking asylum’. In Australia, ‘seeking asylum’ is often seen as being the ‘wrong’ way to come. In fact, seeking asylum is the way most people get protection in the world, and is the way that is protected by the Refugee Convention.
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Media release May 11, 2021 Statement by Paul Power CEO of the Refugee Council of Australia The Australian Government is allocating hundreds of millions of dollars in new funding to immigration detention – but offering...
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This page provides links to useful resources for refugees or people seeking asylum about the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) and how it might affect them.
This page provides links to universities that offer scholarships to people seeking asylum or refugees on temporary protection visas.
Start here to read our guide to information about temporary protection visas, including Safe Haven Enterprise Visas (SHEVs).
This answers common questions about the changes to the income supports people seeking asylum face.
You may have heard that there are changes to the program that provides support to people seeking asylum, the Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) program. While we still don't know a lot about those changes, we...