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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has raised the prospect of Australia leaving the United Nations refugee convention after a key plank of the government's border protection plan was scuttled in the Senate.
The Australian government has been frustrated in its attempts to re-introduce Temporary Protection Visas for refugees on a full-time basis, with the opposition Labor party and the Greens joining forces to block it.
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DIVERSITY and those who promote and encourage it were celebrated yesterday as part of the annual Human Rights Week Awards.
27 November 2013 | A panel of renowned international and Australian migration experts discuss critical issues, including: people smuggling and trafficking, irregular migration and asylum seeking, 'brain drain' and the emigration of skilled migrants from developing countries, and remittances.
The Federal Court has given a temporary reprieve to an asylum seeker family battling to stay in Australia to access medical treatment for their baby.
A new program will aim to help migrants in South Australia's Riverland secure training and employment.
The federal government denies it's abolished multicultural affairs, saying the portfolio's functions have instead been taken up elsewhere.
Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi has refused to pass judgement on Australia's policy of sending Rohingya asylum seekers offshore.
Indonesia was already ineffective in preventing asylum seekers from reaching Australia, pouring cold water on claims that its recent diplomatic rebuff will undermine Operation Sovereign Borders, writes Antje Missbach.
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