immigration June 17, 2017
The wrong kind of settlement
The decision to settle a massive case on the mistreatment of asylum seekers is more about secrecy than human rights.
immigration May 27, 2017
Peter Dutton’s asylum seeker deadline
Peter Dutton’s crackdown on ‘fake refugees’ has sparked claims that his announcement is not only prejudicial but also purely political.
immigration May 6, 2017
Australia's new citizenship test
The new citizenship test questions purported to gauge adherence to Australian values are flawed and ethically ambiguous.
immigration April 29, 2017
What happened on Manus Island
Peter Dutton’s reckless characterisation of the cause of gunfire on the Manus Island camp only serves to inflame tensions.
immigration April 22, 2017
Government dismisses shootings on Manus Island
With numerous shots fired at the Manus Island detention centre, the danger to detainees and Australian staff has become undeniable to all but the Australian government.
film April 8, 2017
Filming ‘Chauka’ at Manus Island's detention facilities
A collaboration between a journalist held on Manus Island and a filmmaker in Holland shows life in detention in all its stark monotony.
asia pacific March 11, 2017
Weighing the priorities of homeland security
As the PM and foreign minister attempt to smooth relations with Indonesia, calls increase for a consolidated approach to national security.