Borderline: Australia's Treatment of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
This work covers the legal and moral debates about Australia's treatment of asylum seekers. The author visits Woomera, site of Australia's newest detention centre, and talks to refugees and to former detention staff. He also visits the Immigration Minister in his Parliament House office, and follows in detail a major trial to decide the fate of an East Timorese refugee.
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