Podcast: Conference 2016: Panel 3 How do law and policy shape refugees' experience of time?

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.

Podcast: UN Interoperability and Responses to Forced Displacement

On 31 August 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted a presentation by Professor Geoff Gilbert, University of Essex.

Last year, roughly 24 people were displaced each minute. Yet, the average length of time spent as a displaced person is now 20 years.

These stark facts highlight the need to rethink the nature of solutions to displacement, beyond the traditional three durable solutions of voluntary repatriation, resettlement and local integration.

Podcast: Global responses to refugees: what is the world thinking?

On 28 June 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted a conversation with Dr Jeff Crisp and Professor Jane McAdam on the implications of this year’s international summits to address global displacement.

Podcast: The Displacement Project: Perspectives on climate change and displacement

On the 7 and 8 June 2016, King & Wood Mallesons and the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee law at UNSW co-hosted panel discussions in both Sydney and Melbourne titled ‘the Displacement Project: Perspectives on climate change and displacement’. Both events brought together a multi-disciplinary panel of speakers who each offered a unique insight into the human impact of climate change. This podcast was recorded at the Sydney event.

Podcast: Madeline Gleeson presents 'Offshore: Behind the wire on Manus and Nauru'

The following podcast was recorded on 18 May 2016 as part of the Kaldor Centre's public lecture series.  Kaldor Centre Research Associate Madeline Gleeson presented her new book Offshore: Behind the wire on Manus and Nauru. UNSW Vice Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs and Law Faculty Dean Professor David Dixon opened the event.


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