Why we Rohingya refugees risk our lives at sea

I put my life in the hands of smugglers and traffickers and arrived safely. Those still lost at sea today cannot speak up.

The Rohingya refugee crisis, international justice, and rethinking solutions

The current humanitarian challenge for Rohingya people can be managed with leadership, strategic planning, creative diplomacy, advocacy and a degree of political good luck, but luck alone is insufficient. There are solutions the Rohingya deserve, and they demand urgent consideration.

Resilience of youth: How young people are supporting displaced communities amid COVID-19

In Australia and around the world, young refugees and other youth are stepping up to support their host communities.

A closer look at repatriating the Rohingya

Savitri Taylor

The international community is set on repatriating rather than resettling Rohingya refugees, but, against the backdrop of history, the challenge is ensuring it is safe, sustainable and freely chosen.

‘Health-proofing’ human mobility systems and new technologies of border control: An opportunity to advance the rights of all migrants?

Ian M Kysel 

There is a lot of uncertainty about whether and how the COVID-19 pandemic will restructure human mobility globally. In light of calls to ‘health-proof’ migration systems, how can the United Nations Network on Migration limit some of the potential pitfalls of efforts to innovate? By helping States to uphold their human rights obligations. 


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