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Australia

Australia’s Refugee and Humanitarian Program has two key parts: the protection of people who claim asylum (called the ‘onshore’ component) and the resettlement program (called the ‘offshore’ component). The onshore part is for people who claim refugee status after arriving in Australia, while the resettlement part is used to resettle people from outside Australia. Australia sets an annual number of places in this program.

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Alternative Pathways To Protection For Refugees

Alternative pathways to protection for refugees

It is increasingly recognised that the options for effective protection of refugees have not kept pace with the number of people who need protection. Traditional approaches to refugee protection have centered on one of three 'durable solutions' supported by the UNHCR. Increasingly, however, people are discussing alternative pathways for refugees to access safety and security, as well as expanding existing channels such as resettlement programs.
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