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Use the tabs below to switch between international, Australian, key and historical statistics.

How many refugees are there in the world?

Read ‘Global refugee numbers’ to answer these questions:

  • How many people are forcibly displaced?
  • How many are refugees, internally displaced, and seeking asylum?
  • Where do they come from?
  • Where do they flee to?

How many refugees need to be resettled?

Read ‘Global resettlement needs’ to answer these questions:

  • How many refugees need to be resettled?
  • Where do they come from?
  • Where are they living now?

What decisions are being made on the review of fast-track decisions?

How many people have we sent to Nauru and PNG?

Do you have these questions?

  • How many people have we sent to Nauru and PNG?
  • How many are still there?
  • How many children, women and families are there?
  • How many of them have been recognised as refugees?
  • How many of them have left, to the US, Australia, Cambodia or their country of origin?

How many people are in detention in Australia?

Do you have these questions?

  • How many people are being held in immigration detention in Australia?
  • Where are they being held?
  • Why are they being held?
  • How long are they being held?
  • Who are they – what countries do they come from, what gender are they, how old are they?
  • How many children are in detention?
  • How many people are in community detention, and where are they?

How many people are seeking asylum in the community?

Do you have these questions?

  • How many people seeking asylum live in our community?
  • How many of them came by plane? How many of them came by boat?
  • Where do they live (by postcode)?
  • How old are they?
  • What is their gender?

How many people are there waiting for their claims to be ‘fast tracked’?

Do you have these questions?

  • How many people are still waiting for their claims to be decided under ‘fast tracking’?
  • Where do they live (by State?)
  • Where do they come from?
  • What kinds of visas did they apply for?
  • Where are they – in held detention, in community detention, or living in the community?

What are the review decisions for claims being ‘fast tracked’?

Do you have these questions?

  • How many review decisions have been made?
  • How long are review decisions taking?
  • What are the outcomes by country of origin?