deportation

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Report

Deportation and sentencing: an emerging area of jurisprudence

This report examines how sentencing courts deal with an offender’s potential deportation from Australia. It summarises the ways that potential deportation can affect an offender’s sentence. It also identifies unresolved issues that courts may need to consider in the context of sentencing offenders who may...
Report

Sent to a war zone: Turkey's illegal deportations of Syrian refugees

This report reveals that, contrary to the Turkish authorities’ claims that they do not deport anyone to Syria, in mid-2019 it is likely that hundreds of Syrian refugees across Turkey were swept up, detained, and transported against their will to one of the world’s most...
Report

Independent review MBIE: Immigration New Zealand

This review found a lack of a clear and uniform system for prioritising deportation cases and called for more emphasis to be given to lower-level compliance activities with custody as a last resort. The review also found that the current Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are...
Commentary

Chinese policing on show

Large-scale arrests by Chinese police in Fiji throw light on China’s justice system, writes Graeme Smith.
Audio

Fiji silenced part 1: China's secret mission exposed

Why did Chinese police enter Fiji and deport seventy-seven of their own citizens? Hagar Cohen investigates.
Journal article

British migrants, criminality and deportation: shaping the Australian post-war approach

The British preference of Australian immigration policy was challenged by the demands of a rapidly expanding post-war programme overseen by the newly established Department of Immigration. An essential function of the department was the screening of prospective migrants against criteria shaped by national population policy...