Australia’s airport asylum procedures must be reformed, according to new research

Australia’s airport asylum procedures must be reformed, according to new research

The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law paper has called for Australia’s airport asylum process to be reformed 'to ensure that those in need of protection are identified and not returned to harm'.

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