Human rights monitor Billy Tai travelled to Rakhine State, Myanmar, as an election monitor during the 2015 elections. Here he reflects on how Australia is complicit in the ongoing persecution of the Rohingya.
Camp 32 gives a voice to those victims who should not be forgotten or overlooked, writes Samaya Borom.
Photographer Ian Flanders documents sexual slavery in Phnom Penh with his project, “By the River.”
Australia’s agreement to transfer refugees from Nauru for resettlement raises insecurities for both Cambodia and the refugees themselves, particularly women.
The Railway Rehabilitation Project in Cambodia seeks to improve economic development by reconnecting the country. AusAID provides 15 per cent of the funding. So far so good, but Morgan Macdonald asks, who’s responsible when the project leads to the violation of people’s land rights?