Australia’s public health response to COVID-19 demonstrates a double standard that blatantly disregards refugees and asylum seekers’ fundamental right to health.
In this moment of rising authoritarianism and political theatre, Dave Clark reminds us not to lose sight of the cumulative effects of small shifts and injustices.
A proposed law that recently went before the Australian Federal Parliament would have given the Department of Home Affairs the power to ban access to mobile phones and other communication devices for some of the most vulnerable and isolated people in Australia: the refugees, asylum seekers and other non-citizens who are held in immigration detention.
Filmmaker Alfred Pek and journalist JN Joniad discuss Freedom Street, their ongoing documentary project into the lives of refugees in Indonesia
Three years after violence in Myanmar forced more than 745,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee the country, many in Australia are still suffering the consequences of statelessness.
A lot of people may be questioning whether protests are the best way to apply pressure. The answer is that we haven’t yet found a better way.
Joseph Gleeson takes us to the year 2035 or 2038, as the leader of the Refugee Council of Australia waits for the Prime Minister to finish speaking.
Delays in medical treatment lead to avoidable suffering for those in Australia’s immigration detention system.
Jeanine Hourani reveals why it takes a story to displace a story.
As nations turn inward in response to COVID-19, the institutions safeguarding refugees face an uncertain future.
In this time of community spirit, our systems continue to marginalise and discriminate against refugees and people seeking asylum.