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Cover - Human rights issues raised by the transfer of asylum seekers to third countries

Human rights issues raised by the transfer of asylum seekers to third countries

Human rights issues raised by the transfer of asylum seekers to third countries’ sets out the Australian Human Rights Commission’s position in relation to steps taken recently by the Australian Government to transfer asylum seekers who arrive in...
2012

DIAC Response to the Australian Human Rights Commission report on the use of community arrangements for asylum seekers, refugees and stateless persons who have arrived to Australia by boat

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) report on the use of community arrangements for asylum seekers, refugees and stateless persons who have arrived to...
2012

Community arrangements for asylum seekers, refugees and stateless persons (2012)

Community arrangements for asylum seekers, refugees and stateless personsObservations from visits conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission from December 2011 to May 2012July 2012
2012
Cover - Those who've come across the seas

Those who've come across the seas: Detention of unauthorised arrivals

HREOC’s report, tabled in federal Parliament on 12 May 1998, deals with the policy of mandatory detention of most unauthorised arrivals and the conditions of detention for those detained. The report had its origins in the many complaints received by...
2008
Cover - A last resort

A last resort? National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention

This is an important report. It deals with our treatment of children in the most recent wave of boat people seeking refuge and a better life on our shores. It does so in the knowledge that there is a tension created by the community expectation that...
2004
Cover of Review of Immigration Detention Centres

Review of Immigration Detention Centres (1999)

Findings of the Human Rights Commissioner after inspecting four immigration detention centres in 1998-99.
1999

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