refugees

The Bali Process and refugee protection in Southeast Asia

PhD candidate Carly Gordyn writes on the Bali Process and refugee protection in Southeast Asia.

Is the International Refugee Regime Legitimate in Southeast Asia?

Carly Gordyn, ‘Is the International Refugee Regime Legitimate in Southeast Asia?’ Advancing Together: Rule of Law Updates and Perspectives, 8(1) 2019: 13-14.

Pancasila and Pragmatism: Protection or Pencitraan for Refugees in Indonesia?

Carly Gordyn, ‘Pancasila and Pragmatism: Protection or Pencitraan for Refugees in Indonesia?’ Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights, 2(2) 2018: 336-57.

Which Frames Change Minds and Actions? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Australia

Australia is currently the only country in the world that requires offshore processing and mandatory detention of asylum seekers who arrive without a visa. The UN and various human rights NGOs have criticised Operation Sovereign Borders and related policies furiously, and a recent investigation suggests that detention facility officers may be liable for crimes against humanity under the International Criminal Court. Nonetheless, the policy enjoys bipartisan backing, and is broadly supported by the Australian public.

An unfolding humanitarian emergency

The closure of the immigration detention facility on Manus Island has left hundreds of people without basic shelter needs, writes Dr Alister Wedderburn

Assessing Indonesia's new decree on refugees

Does President Jokowi’s decree on the handling of refugees protect refugees? Carly Gordyn looks at the promises and pitfalls of the first-of-its-kind policy

Australia has a duty of care to refugees

The case of an asylum seeker who was allegedly raped at a detention centre in Nauru has again shown that Australia has a duty of care - and must act on it, writes Carly Gordyn.

Reaping the rewards of research

Strongly connected to the migrant experience while growing up, a PhD candidate is already receiving recognition for her research on asylum seeker policy.

Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World

'Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World', Keynotes 02, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National Universit

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