UNSW Centre for Ideas, UNSW Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law and Guardian Australia launch a new storytelling project.
When borders reopen, expanded pathways for refugee admission could help both displaced people and strengthen the Australian community, says a UNSW Law expert.
Two UNSW academics are on a quest to unearth Holocaust stories more Australians can relate to as survivors pass away.
The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law sees a strong and rapid uptake in contributions from humanitarians, academics and refugees.
COVID-19 is having an impact on everyone around the world, but particularly the most vulnerable.
We found refugees with insecure visas had poorer mental health than refugees with secure visas. But social interaction with the wider community seems to help.
A new study has revealed the association between refugees’ visas and their mental health.
A Kaldor Centre conference has discussed the importance of getting refugee-status decisions right.
The Kaldor Centre’s Safe Journeys and Sound Policy critically analyses the ways people can seek asylum without risking dangerous journeys.
The legislation allows for the transfer of sick asylum seekers from offshore detention to Australia on the recommendation of medical professionals.