Podcast: Kaldor Centre Conference 2015 - Keynote

On 20 November 2015, the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law hosted its second annual conference titled 'PROTECTION ELSEWHERE, BUT WHERE? National, Regional and Global Perspectives on Refugee Law'. The conference brought together refugee law experts from across Australia and around the world to discuss the pressing issue of international and regional cooperation for refugee protection.  

Podcast: Symposium on public attitudes to refugees - Session 4: The future

This symposium, held on the 24 July 2015, brought together academics, legal centres and social justice organisations to review existing literature on public attitudes to refugees. Participants discussed research on public opinion, discourse and framing in relation to both refugee issues and other contentious policy areas, to generate comparative insights.  

Podcast: Symposium on public attitudes to refugees - Session 1: What do we know?

This symposium, held on the 24 July 2015, brought together academics, legal centres and social justice organisations to review existing literature on public attitudes to refugees. Participants discussed research on public opinion, discourse and framing in relation to both refugee issues and other contentious policy areas, to generate comparative insights.  

Podcast: Symposium on public attitudes to refugees - Session 3: Comparative perspectives

This symposium, held on the 24 July 2015, brought together academics, legal centres and social justice organisations to review existing literature on public attitudes to refugees. Participants discussed research on public opinion, discourse and framing in relation to both refugee issues and other contentious policy areas, to generate comparative insights.  

Podcast: Symposium on public attitudes to refugees - Session 2: What are we learning?

This symposium, held on the 24 July 2015, brought together academics, legal centres and social justice organisations to review existing literature on public attitudes to refugees. Participants discussed research on public opinion, discourse and framing in relation to both refugee issues and other contentious policy areas, to generate comparative insights.  

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