Why hasn’t Australia done more to ramp up its resettlement program, like Canada and the US?
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.
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.
This excessive spending raises serious raise questions about the government's long-term planning for refugees stuck in limbo.
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.
When borders reopen, expanded pathways for refugee admission could help both displaced people and strengthen the Australian community, says a UNSW Law expert.
The Kaldor Centre's Claire Higgins has gone behind the scenes to take readers into key decision-making moments that shaped Australia's refugee policy.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton should learn to live with lawyers who help in matters of life and death, writes Claire Higgins.
Australia's latest asylum policy appears to be deportation by destitution, writes Claire Higgins.
The Immigration Minister's reference to 'fake refugees' stands in stark contrast to the principles for Australia’s refugee policy presented to parliament 40 years ago this week, writes Claire Higgins.