Human rights overboard seeking asylum in australia linda briskman susie latham chris goddard this book reveals and confirms in detail all the fears you may have held about immigration detention in australia over the past 15 years human rights overboard wins major human rights award 11 december 2008. Human rights overboard draws together for the first time the oral testimony and written submissions from the inquiry in a powerful and vital book that stands as an indictment of australias refugee policy. Drawing togetherefor the first time the oral testimony and written submissions from the peopleos inquiry into detention this powerful and vital overview stands as an indictment of australiaos refugee policy and demonstratesehow social work can contribute to changing public perceptions and to challenging harsh policies that violate core human rights tenets. The title of human rights overboard seeking asylum in australia divulges little of the books significance the conclusion that people seeking asylum in australia have been denied a range of human rights has been well documented in an array of books papers and reports of domestic 1 and international 2 human rights bodies yet this book does fill a void in the available literature. Get this from a library human rights overboard seeking asylum in australia linda briskman chris goddard susie latham in 2005 in the wake of the cornelia rau scandal a citizens inquiry was established to bear witness to events in australian immigration detention facilities until then the federal government had
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