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.
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.
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.
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.
March 17, 2018
Trapped in Nauru
Faisal’s life in Myanmar was destroyed by violence and persecution. Now the Rohingya asylum seeker is in limbo.
March 3, 2018
Trust me: Pezzullo’s mega powers
Michael Pezzullo wants to embed his Department of Home Affairs into every part of Australian life. He insists there’s no cause for concern.
February 24, 2018
Joyce gone, but Coalition still a mess
Embarrassing gaffes, recalcitrance, infighting and Joyce’s resignation – the hits just keep on coming for the Coalition.
February 17, 2018
Inside Protect Victoria
While Protect Victoria promotes itself as a non-political and non-racist group, its biased portrayal of crime is increasing fear and making it a recruitment hub for far-right radicals.
February 3, 2018
Skills recognition for refugees
For skilled professionals forced to flee countries such as Syria, the challenges they face getting their qualifications certified in Australia harm the wider community as much as they harm them.
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