‘d be delighted if you could join us for Refugee Legal’s Annual Dinner to be held on Tuesday 21 November 2017. We are honoured that our keynote speaker this year is Mr Thomas Albrecht, the Regional Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Canberra. Mr Albrecht is one of the UNHCR’s most experienced representatives, having worked […]
Update from Refugee Legal’s Executive Director, David Manne, on the situation of people seeking asylum who have been brought back from Nauru or PNG.
Message from David Manne about the plight of people brought back from Nauru and PNG Dear Friend, I’m writing to update you on the situation of people seeking asylum who have been brought back to Australia from Nauru and PNG. As you’ve no doubt heard, some of these people have been issued by the Government with […]
Available for the first time on Australian TV, ‘Chasing Asylum’ offers a chilling look inside life for refugees exiled to Nauru and Manus. The release by Al Jazeera of the full-length version of Chasing Asylum online could not be more timely. As 2,000 people – the great majority refugees – continue to be held in cruel, inhumane and […]
David Manne talks with Tom Ballard about the current emergency situation facing asylum seekers in Australia.
Our Executive Director David Manne on The Project last night, commenting on the Government’s latest move on refugee processing, which violates rights and endangers lives.
Dear Friend As I write, the emergency situation for people seeking asylum in our country has escalated even further. 21ST of May’s “Lodge or Leave” announcement means that there are around 4,000 people in Victoria alone who urgently need our legal help to apply for refugee protection by the deadline of 1 October 2017. People […]
The tradition of Palm Sunday rallies continues this weekend and once again thousands of Australians will be walking for justice for refugees and an end to the punitive policies. It’s critical to show that we Australians ARE better than this. So I encourage you with your family and friends to be part of the walk […]
Asylum seekers have been told they will lose their welfare payments, bridging visas and right to seek asylum unless they urgently submit applications for protection, as the Turnbull government cracks down on the “legacy caseload” of boat arrivals. > View The Sydney Morning Herald article