July 14, 2018
‘I am Imran’
When the author was offered settlement in the US, he felt as if he held the full moon in his hands. After more than four years on Manus Island, he is now living in Chicago, and feels he is home.
July 7, 2018
Asylum seekers left to fend for themselves
The Turnbull government’s policy of reducing support for asylum seekers living in Australia has left refugee advocates fearing political ideology will leave people homeless.
June 9, 2018
Dutton’s secret propaganda unit
The Home Affairs Department is behind a clandestine scheme to recruit ‘Good Muslims’ to promote a uniform government line within their communities.
June 23, 2018
Death and dying in offshore detention
As the death toll on Manus and Nauru climbs to 12, the government maintains its merciless policy – now refusing a terminally ill man the right to die in Australia.
June 2, 2018
Inside Labor’s refugee strategy
With fears a ‘bring them here’ motion could pass Labor’s state conference, left unions have decided it is better to play a dead bat on the issue ahead of the federal election.
May 5, 2018
Inside the ‘just add people’ dogma
Successive governments have maintained high levels of immigration to stoke the economy. The argument against this is growing, bringing together odd bedfellows.
April 14, 2018
Asylum seekers’ benefits cut by Home Affairs
A Kurdish widower and father of three young girls, Sadoullah Malakooti doesn’t know how he will afford food after his income support was cut by Peter Dutton. Some argue the policy is there to starve out asylum seekers.
Electoral margins behind Dutton’s South Africans
The campaign led by Coalition MPs for special visas for white South African farmers is designed to shore up votes in WA and Queensland.
south and central asia
April 7, 2018
The plight of Rohingya women
As the minority Rohingya people flee persecution in Myanmar, none face greater hardship and suffering than Rohingya women.
March 31, 2018
Dutton uses visas as second criminal sentence
A South Sudanese man who grew up in Australia awaits deportation from Christmas Island, as Peter Dutton uses ministerial powers to punish refugee members of ‘Apex’.
March 24, 2018
Behind Dutton’s ‘white farmers’ untruths
Aided by enthusiasm in the Murdoch press, Peter Dutton’s concern for white South African farmers shows a minister detached from facts.
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