This Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) briefing looks at 10 years of statistics released by the UN refugee agency UNHCR, noting changes in the numbers of refugees and people seeking asylum between 2013 and 2022 and...
The Refugee Council of Australia hosts Australia’s best and most up-to-date statistics on key issues relevant to refugees in Australia.
The number of refugee and humanitarian entrants welcomed to Australia since World War II will pass 950,000 in the early months of 2023. This brief sets out statistics on the numbers of refugee arrivals in Australia.
This series summarises information relevant to refugee policy published through the Parliament of Australia's Senate estimates process. This process often results in useful information that is not otherwise available.
There are thousands of people seeking asylum living in the Australian community. Who are they? Where are they living? Where have they come from?
New documents obtained by the Refugee Council of Australia through freedom of information (FOI) show that only one third of people in Australia’s Refugee and Humanitarian Program are referred by UNHCR. This increasing...