Podcast: Emergency resettlement: From one Saudi teen to millions of Syrian refugees

On the 13 February 2019, the Kaldor Centre convened a panel event entitled 'Emergency resettlement: From one Saudi teen to millions of Syrian refugees'. The event was kindly hosted by law firm Allens.

Podcast: Conference 2018 - Year in Review

On the 23 November 2018, the Kaldor Centre hosted its fifth annual conference, entitled ‘Refugee Diplomacy: Negotiating protection in a changing world'’. Director Professor Jane McAdam opened the conference with this Year in Review presentation.

Podcast: Conference 2018 - The rise and fall of US diplomacy on refugees and migrants: Inside recent history

On the 23 November 2018, the Kaldor Centre hosted its fifth annual conference, entitled ‘Refugee Diplomacy: Negotiating protection in a changing world'’. This keynote address was presented by Anne C Richard, former US Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration. It is entitled 'The rise and fall of US diplomacy on refugees and migrants: Inside recent history'.

Podcast: Conference 2018 - Negotiating protection on the international stage

On the 23 November 2018, the Kaldor Centre hosted its fifth annual conference, entitled ‘Refugee Diplomacy: Negotiating protection in a changing world'’. This panel discussion focused on negotiating protection on the international stage and was chaired by Thomas Albrecht, UNHCR’s Regional Representative for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific.

Podcast: Conference 2018 - Displacement and diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific

On the 23 November 2018, the Kaldor Centre hosted its fifth annual conference, entitled ‘Refugee Diplomacy: Negotiating protection in a changing world'’. This panel discussion focused on displacement and diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific and was chaired by Renata Kaldor AO, Founder, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW Sydney.

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