Kaldor Centre News

Gabriel Ndayishimiye: From Dzaleka refugee camp to re-examining protection in Malawi

Published on : 21/09/2021

Gabriel Ndayishimiye is a Master’s Student in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University and part of our Displaced Scholars Peer Mentoring Program.

UK should not look to Australia for inspiration in terms of asylum policy

Published on : 13/09/2021

Kaldor Centre Senior Research Fellow Madeline Gleeson spoke to the Westminster Legal Policy Forum keynote seminar, ‘Next steps for asylum policy in the UK’ on on  8 September 2021. These are her remarks.

Alex Wigan soaring bird

‘Change will happen because we believe it has to’: Voon accepts leadership award

Published on : 07/09/2021

Frances Voon, Executive Manager of UNSW’s Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, was on 7 September 2021 named one of the 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians, honouring her outstanding leadership in advancing the rig

Frances Voon

Frances Voon wins prestigious Asian-Australian leadership award

Published on : 07/09/2021

The Kaldor Centre’s Frances Voon was today named one of the 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians, honouring her outstanding leadership in advancing the rights of refugees.

Dr Katty Alhayek on Facebook, fans and watching tv while forcibly displaced

Published on : 06/09/2021

Dr. Katty Alhayek is an Assistant Teaching Professor at Georgetown University and part of our Displaced Scholars Peer Mentoring Program.

Repatriated Afghan child

There is no 'right way' for Afghan refugees to seek asylum

Published on : 01/09/2021

By Riona Moodley

Representative image/ Nafis Al Sadnan  from Unsplash

Australia's response to the Afghanistan crisis: Dr Claire Higgins interview

Published on : 20/08/2021

‘The Taliban taking power in Afghanistan is causing a major humanitarian crisis. So what is Australia’s responsibility in helping civilians, and those who have aided Australia, to flee the country? 

Endurance by Alwy Fadhel

Cruel, costly and ineffective: the failure of offshore processing in Australia

Published on : 10/08/2021

The so-called ‘Australian model’ of offshore processing did not stop boats and did not save lives, Kaldor Centre researchers show.

The Tampa affair: 20 years on

Published on : 10/08/2021

This page contains resources on the 'Tampa affair', a turning point in the history of Australia's asylum and refugee policy.

Young woman reading book in library stacks, image by Eliott Reyna

Incorporating lived experiences of displacement in international law scholarship

Published on : 26/07/2021

The perspectives of those with lived experience of displacement are remarkably absent from international law scholarship.

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The Kaldor Centre plays a vital role in developing legal, sustainable and humane solutions for displaced people around the world.