September/October 2011

Why is it that the most interesting developments in refugee law and policy always seem to happen at the same time as university assessment? We hope you enjoy the newest contributions by our contributors:

  • Danielle McKeen examines refugee flows from Afghanistan.
  • Rutaban Yameen & Sarah Brown explore the High Court’s reasoning in Plaintiffs M70/M106’s case.
  • Marissa Dooris muses on the consequences of the High Court’s decision to invalidate the Minister’s declaration with respect to Malaysia.
  • Dr Peter Billings has kindly made available an article published in a recent volume of the Griffith Law Review on the ethical, political and political rationales for policies of exclusion towards asylum seekers who arrive by boat and Indigenous Australians.

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