Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law

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An ‘orderly departure program’ similar to the one set up after the Vietnam War could offer a vital pathway out of Afghanistan for refugees over the next several years.

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The Home Affairs Minister says Australia is exploring resettlement overseas for 'broad cohorts' of people. But such deals do not get Australia off the hook.

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The movements of communities across the world due to disaster risks are mapped by new UNSW Sydney research.

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If history is any guide, the new US president’s forward-thinking approach toward refugee resettlement could help drive Australia’s commitments to refugee protection, too.

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COVID-19 is having an impact on everyone around the world, but particularly the most vulnerable.

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Federal Court data breach exposes the identities of 400 asylum seekers.

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A Kaldor Centre conference has discussed the importance of getting refugee-status decisions right. 

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The 'medevac' law provides protection from people who do not recognise the legitimate medical needs of asylum seekers, UNSW's Kaldor Centre will tell a Senate inquiry on Monday.

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UNSW Chancellor David Gonski launched the evidence-based Kaldor Centre Principles for Australian Refugee Policy in Sydney last night.

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Since its establishment five years ago, the Kaldor Centre and its world-leading research have directly influenced policy and public debate about protecting refugees and forced migrants.

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