Weekly visits by UNSW students to the Villawood Immigration Detention Centre have culminated in a special issue of Human Rights Defender magazine.
Few realise that in the 1960s the Australian government planned to relocate the entire population of Nauru to an island off the Queensland coast, writes Jane McAdam.
The muted reaction to reports of abuse of asylum seekers in Nauru suggests many people have become immune to evidence about the harm experienced by refugees, writes Jane McAdam.
UNSW has announced the first leaders of its Grand Challenges, an initiative to establish the University at the forefront of debate and policy response to the biggest issues of our time.
A new book by Madeline Gleeson reveals the reality of life for refugees on Manus Island and Nauru.
A UNSW Arts & Social Sciences panel at the Sydney Film Festival will explore cinema’s ability to cross borders and help refugees tell their stories of courage and resilience.
Peter Dutton's comments on refugees contradict the government's own data, write Frances Voon and Claire Higgins.
Both major parties support offshore processing and boat turnbacks. But public opinion is not so clear-cut. And nor are the policy choices, writes Claire Higgins.
The partnership between UNSW Law and the Refugee Advice and Casework Service has been officially celebrated with a colourful mural.
The PNG court decision is likely to have profound implications for Australia’s offshore processing regime, writes Madeline Gleeson.