Since 24 March 2012, asylum seekers processed in Australia have been able to claim protection on broader grounds than those contained in the Refugee Convention, reflecting Australia’s obligations under international human rights law (see our factsheet on complementary protection). We keep an updated list of the relevant decisions.
  1. Summary of additions since last update (last updated 30 June 2020)
  2. Summary of Australian Tribunal decisions (2019-)(last updated 30 June 2020)
  3. Summary of Australian court decisions (2019-)(last updated 30 June 2020)
  4. Summary of New Zealand decisions (2017-)(last updated 30 June 2020)
Archived decisions:
  1.  Summary of Australian Tribunal decisions (2019-)(last updated 31 December 2019)
  2.  Summary of Australian Tribunal decisions (2018-)(last updated 30 April 2019)
  3.  Summary of Australian court decisions (2018)
  4.  Summary of Australian court decisions (2017)
  5.  Summary of Administrative Appeals Tribunal decisions (2017)
  6.  Summary of Administrative Appeals Tribunal decisions (2016)
  7.  Summary of Administrative Appeals Tribunal decisions (2015)
  8.  Summary of Refugee Review Tribunal decisions (2012–15)
  9.  Summary of Australian court decisions (2015–16) (last updated 14 December 2016) 
  10.  Summary of court and AAT decisions (2012–14) 
  11.  Summary of 'unsuccessful' RRT decisions (2012–23 May 2014)
The Kaldor Centre plays a vital role in developing legal, sustainable and humane solutions for displaced people around the world.