As the continuing crisis on Manus redefines how we’re viewed as a nation, I believe we should pay the price for our actions.
In the wake of the growing crisis on Manus Island, a collection of medical professionals have voiced their concerns about the health of those who remain.
The ongoing crisis at Manus is not just an issue that needs solving, it is also a slash across the face of the Australia we grew up idolising.
Every Thursday for the past four years, Anna Buch has visited Sydney’s Villawood detention centre to give support to asylum-seekers and witness the extent of our immigration program.
The landmark case to award asylum seekers compensation should not be taken at face value. Indeed, despite the headlines, nothing has changed.
Would you take legal advice from a robot? With technology-disrupting industries world-wide, we look at the recent “bot” giving free legal advice on Facebook to asylum seekers.
Serco has run detention centres and prisons to unsatisfactory standards around the country. Now, the private company seeks to manage housing for our most vulnerable citizens.
The phone call was terrible, and the deal even worse. Three theories about how Trump will handle Obama’s plans for Australia’s asylum seekers.
According to Press Secretary Sean Spicer, the Australia/US refugee ban has not been cleared with the boss. Bad Igor!
In the last week, we haven’t seen him take the wrong steps, rather we’ve seen him take none at all… Has Malcolm Turnbull failed in leadership of our country?
Gah. I hate the sound of my alarm. What happened while you were asleep? Dylan Voller gave evidence at the Don Dale RC, the NYT panned our asylum seeker policy and the UCL draw was drawn.
What an end to a week. Death for breakfast, be it the same-sex marriage plebiscite, a cherished warrior poet, or all of us on social media.
The implementation of Turnbull’s asylum ban is hard to figure, but the motives are clear. But while the Coalition will score the victory, what really is won outside parliament?
The problems on Nauru stretch far beyond the borders of each political party. After the revelations yesterday, it is now a national problem.
I can no longer stomach our abhorrent asylum seeker policy, and it is not just the government’s fault, its ours too. For to not act, is to act.
Good morning and welcome back to the week that was. There’s been fresh violence in Syria and the return of the show that’s apparently better than sex…
For this week’s Long Reads we spin tales of Prince’s complex legacy, a lawyer that protects asylum seekers, and the sad end of a genius.
Dutton’s statement about the “release” of children in detention has received quick scrutiny, but there’s an important part of the dialogue missing.
Notable Australian Rabbis have called for the Government to fulfil their legal and humanitarian obligation toward asylum seekers.
With Turnbull’s new cabinet filling the headlines, Jordan King-Lacroix feels we’re whitewashing a much greater issue. And he’s not done talking about it.
Rob Idol is back with his summation of the week that was and he’s not short of content; black holes, Trump’s revival and a Valentine’s gesture.
Pendlebury Wicks stumbled upon the ruins of Inverbrackie detention centre and found what it represents, and what it offers, completely unacceptable.