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This paper analyses the role of industrialised countries, specifically Australia and New Zealand, and their efforts and policies aimed at assisiting vulnerable Pacific island communities over any future climate-induced migration.
ON 26 May 2010, a divided High Court set a high bar for those seeking to challenge refugee decisions on the basis that they are irrational or illogical. In ordering that a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal denying an asylum seeker a visa should...
THE HIGH COURT recently handed down a judgment that may have significant implications for offshore processing of asylum seekers, a key policy of both Labor and the Coalition.
In the case – Plaintiff M61/2010E v Commonwealth of Australia ( Plaintiff M61 ) – the...
Although Australia’s migration policies have evolved, Klaus Neumann finds some important parallels in three high-profile cases
ON MARCH 18, 2002, immigration minister Philip Ruddock was all smiles. On that day the minister, whom the Australian public had come to associate with a stern face...
A citizenship test would exclude people who for all practical purposes are Australians, write Brian Costar and Peter Mares
THE prime minister says his intentions are honourable. The federal government’s planned citizenship test is about “cohesion and integration” not “discrimination and exclusion.” The...