|Launch of the Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law
|Annual Conference: 'Between Principle and Pragmatism: Australia and Refugee Law, 60 Years On'
|Book Launch 'Refugees: Why Seeking Asylum Is Legal and Australia’s Policies Are Not'
|Launch of Report: 'Beyond the Boats: Building an Asylum and Refugee Policy for the Long Term'
|Symposium on 'Public Attitudes to Refugees'
|Kaldor Centre Annual Conference
|Annual Conference 2016
|Being a refugee in Indonesia
|Madeline Gleeson presents 'Offshore: Behind the wire on Manus and Nauru', with an introduction from UNSW Vice-Chancellor Prof Ian Jacobs
|Global responses to refugees: what is the world thinking?
|All at sea: Comparative perspectives on turning back boats
|Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: The US Experience
|Kaldor Centre Conference 2017: 'The Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration'
|Breaking The Deadlock - Creating solutions for refugees
|Book launch - Asylum By Boat: Origins of Australia’s refugee policy
|What’s so special about Canada? How ordinary Canadians successfully sponsor refugees
|Refugee Deterrence and Diplomacy: How states influence each other's asylum policies
|Making the Global Compacts Work: What future for refugees and migrants?
|Boats and Beyond: A frank talk about refugee policy and solutions, presented by the Biennale of Sydney and UNSW’s Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law
|Community-led refugee sponsorship: What can Australia learn from the UK experience?
|Kaldor Centre Conference 2018 - Refugee Diplomacy: Negotiating protection in a changing world
|Special presentation by Canada’s Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen on refugees, migrants and integration
|Good evidence, bad politics: Overcoming the noise in climate change and migration policy
|The future of refugee litigation: what role can academic research play?
|Emergency resettlement: From one Saudi teen to millions of Syrian refugees
|Launch of the Kaldor Centre's Principles & Priorities for Australian Refugee Policy
|Invitation to the Launch of Refugee Rights and Policy Wrongs
|Kaldor Centre Annual Conference 2019 - Good decisions: Achieving fairness in refugee law, policy and practice
|Sexual orientation, gender identity and asylum: Australian and global perspectives
|Developing a Research and Policy Agenda for Addressing Displacement and Migration in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change in Africa - Closing Plenary Session
|All in this together? The pandemic, people seeking asylum, and refugees in Australia
|COVID-19 and International Refugee Law
|Pressing ‘Reset’ on Resettlement: How a lifeline can survive COVID-19
|2020 Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference: New frontiers of refugee law in a closed world
|Disembarking to danger: How Australia’s airport asylum policies risk returning refugees to harm
|Empowering emerging scholars in forced migration
|Re-examining displacement in the context of disasters and climate change: A Pacific perspective
|The Rohingya refugee crisis: Reflections from the region
|Opening 'The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law'
|Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference 2021: Whose move? Addressing migration and displacement in the face of climate change
|Celebrate a classic with us at two events to launch the fourth edition of 'The Refugee in International Law'
|Displacement and the Academy: emerging scholars with lived experience talk shop
|Launch of the Research Agenda and first meeting of the Research Network / Lancement de l'Agenda de recherche et première réunion du Réseau de recherche
|Accounting for Australia’s refugee policy – from the Tampa to tomorrow
|Legal Hour: Advancing justice in a warming world
|Kaldor Centre Conference 2022, Turning points: New directions in refugee protection
|The power to welcome: Supporting refugee students in our midst
|How Will Climate Migration Reshape Our World?
|LIVESTREAM Creative resistance: Behrouz Boochani and friends on fighting a dehumanising system
|Asylum and Extraction in the Republic of Nauru
|Meeting the ‘Dual Imperative’: Working towards solutions for displacement in the Asia Pacific through policy-oriented research
|Bhutan to Blacktown – and Beyond: A Conversation About Refugee Leadership in Australia
|‘Cruel Care: A History of Children at our Borders’: Jordana Silverstein