Australians once celebrated inclusion and mateship, but we have now collectively turned our backs on people seeking asylum.
Stories from Detention, the book and exhibition, are an important collection of stories recording lived experiences of offshore and onshore detention.
Madeline Gleeson’s award winning book brings to light the shameful ways Australia has treated people fleeing persecution.
James Robertson-Hirst takes a journey across borders and wonders how much has really changed in this globalised world.
Rohingya refugees need urgent protection from the Australian Government.
“Post-truth” is not exactly new. Successive Australian governments have been engaging in post-truth debates about refugees and asylum seekers for years.
Artist Safdar Ahmed gives us a comic take on the Australia-US refugee deal.
By closing the camps and resettling refugees from Nauru and Manus Island, Australia would demonstrate basic humanity and remove an irritation from its alliance with the United States.
A new poem by Mark William Jackson puts us in the shoes of those fleeing war with few options of where to find a safe haven.
If asylum seekers can’t board a plane to Australia without a visa, they are forced to take dangerous sea journeys to find safety.
Amy Feldtmann writes on why welcoming refugees is strategically smart for Australians living in rural and regional areas.
Australia’s one-off refugee resettlement agreement with the US does not signal a softening of immigration policy.