Changes to what constitutes a ‘character concern’ - and the consequences for people who have had their visas cancelled under character grounds – quietly passed in February when the Australian parliament resumed for two weeks with attention...

This podcast was recorded at the event entitled 'All at sea: Comparative perspectives on turning back boats'. This event was hosted by the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW and Macquarie University and held at Allens Linklaters,...

In a comprehensive new factsheet, Kaldor Centre Director Jane McAdam outlines what you need to know about the Global Compacts on Refugees and Migrants.

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Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: The US Experience

As the Trump administration casts immigration to the forefront of its agenda, Professor David FitzGerald, from the University of California San Diego, offers a global, domestic and historical context for the latest American plans.

'Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: The US Experience' considers how immigration policies impact individuals in daily life. Professor FitzGerald will add insight on contemporary issues in Australia, which last year offered to resettle refugees from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador now in camps in Costa Rica as part of a deal with the US.

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