Podcast - Kaldor Conference 2020 The decade ahead: Defending protection and people on the move

Think through the big issues in global displacement in the decade ahead in this opening panel. This prismatic panel includes people tackling the challenges emerging for internally displaced people, asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and others caught in humanitarian crises. Amid hard borders and hardening politics, how will people seeking protection find safety? When fear, threat and risk are the frames, where are the solutions? How can refugee and local communities, international actors, and humanitarian organisations respond?

Podcast - Climate Change, Disasters and Mobility: A Roadmap for Australian Action

Kaldor Centre's Director, Professor Jane McAdam, and Director of the Lowy Institute's Pacific Islands Program, Jonathan Pryke, discuss their latest Policy Brief with Lauren Martin, 'Climate Change, Disasters and Mobility: A Roadmap for Australian Action'. 

Podcast - Pressing ‘Reset’ on Resettlement: How a lifeline can survive COVID-19

Resettlement is a life-saving tool. It is a way that countries, like Australia, help refugees and their families to find safety. In their resettlement country, refugees can build a new life and create a new home, while enjoying a secure and long-lasting legal status. 

Podcast - The Andaman Sea Crisis: 5 years on

Five years ago, as many as 8,000 Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi migrants were left stranded at sea after people smugglers abandoned their boats and neighbouring countries refused to allow them to come ashore. As the world comes to grips with the COVID-19 pandemic, crowded boats in the Bay of Bengal are once more forcing the region to confront the plight of Rohingya refugees seeking safety by sea.

COVID-19 and International Refugee Law

What is changing in the so-called ‘new normal’, and what does it mean for the legal landscape facing refugees, people seeking asylum and other forced migrants? How are human-rights-based laws designed to protect people holding up under the pressure of a global public health crisis? Once the virus subsides, how do we ensure that regressive laws are not ‘baked in’ and that the social and economic impacts of the pandemic on the most vulnerable people are addressed? Scientia Professor Jane McAdam and Assistant Secretary-General Gillian Triggs discuss the key issues.

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