Borderline: Australia's Response to Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Wake of the Tampa

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UNSW Press, 2002 - History - 284 pages
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Borderline was first published in April 2001, and immediately received widespread acclaim for its authority, its humanity, its passion and its fundamental honesty. The second edition includes much new testimony from professionals who have worked inside Australia’s immigration detention system and who now feel compelled to speak out about their experiences.
  

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Contents

The new peril
9
Water in the desert
35
Salt in the wounds
62
The minister for misery
100
In the wake of the Tampa
121
A credible process
142
A safe haven?
176
The absent embrace
192
The neverending story
210
Compassion is a vice
230
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