This program of research examines key challenges to the international protection regime and its domestic implementation around the world. It considers the capacity and limits of existing legal and institutional frameworks.
How do we ensure that people moving in the context of climate change and disasters have their rights and dignity protected?
This timely and prestigious Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship tackles a crucial issue of our time: evacuations from crises – including disasters, climate change, conflict, pandemics and other humanitarian emergencies.
This project explores how refugees and asylum seekers can move safely across international borders to access protection.
A series of projects exploring how data and technology can enhance the rights of refugees, increase access to justice, and identify and counteract bias and discrimination in the legal system.
A series of projects examining how governments decide who is a refugee, and how this can be done in a way that is both fair and efficient.
This project provides an in-depth analysis of the legal and policy framework governing the participation of refugees in decision-making processes.
This project explores the merits and opportunities of enhancing refugee protection at the regional level, both in Asia Pacific and other regions of the world.
A project to examine the implications of policies which see asylum seekers forcibly transferred ‘offshore’ to have their protection claims processed in the territories of States such as Nauru, Papua New Guinea and Rwanda.
Exploring contemporary challenges in Australia’s refugee law and policy, and identifying priority areas of reform.