Our PM says don’t get “misty-eyed” – when did kindness towards refugees become politicised?
Poetry by Claire Wilson exploring concepts of home and freedom, and the multifaceted experiences of migrants and refugees.
Mary Chydiriotis’s poetry evokes the emptiness of play in Australia’s detention centres.
An enthralling creative account of the marathon that face refugees who are constantly uprooted.
Poetry by Natasha Parnian.
New poetry by Anna Maria Drutzel.
Poetry by Mary Chydiriotis.
New poetry by Katherine E Seppings.
New poetry by Jessica Yu.
Sara El Sayed’s short fiction piece “Stained” is a reflection on difference, belonging and pride.
Tony Page, who worked in South-East Asia for 20 years, offers three poems, one each reflecting on historical human rights issues in Vietnam, Burma and Thailand
Qi Bingdu offers a poem on the labels that dehumanise asylum seekers