Kaldor Centre

The Kaldor Centre specialises in research, publications, and current cases of International Refugee Law.

Kaldor Centre fact sheets:

– Can a Refugee who commits a crime be deported?
– Cambodia and Refugee Protection
– Commission of Audit Report details cost of detention and processing
– Complementary Protection
– Debunking Myths
– ‘Enhanced Screening’ and ‘Fast Track Policies’
– Immigration detention
– Legal assistance for asylum seekers
– Merits review by the Refugee Review Tribunal
– Offshore Processing: Conditions
– Offshore Processing: Australia’s Legal Obligations
– Refugees with an adverse security assessment by ASIO
– Regional cooperation
– Temporary Humanitarian Concern Visas
– Temporary Protection Visas

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