Listening to those held in immigration detention
Refugees formerly detained on Nauru tell University of Melbourne researchers about being dehumanised and feeling irreparably damaged through the experience.
Australia’s universities must become more welcoming
Welcoming Universities is a new initiative in Australia that aims to encourage refugees and asylum seekers into university, says University of Melbourne expert
Using witness accounts and smuggled information, University of Melbourne experts have digitally recreated the Manus Island Detention Centre to preserve history.
A new musical by a University of Melbourne composer - Hidden Thoughts II: Return to Sender - uses the letters sent by Australians to detained asylum seekers.
Australia’s sub-standard reporting of refugee self-harm incidents
Basic information is often missing on self-harm incidents among asylum-seekers making it difficult to tackle the problem, University of Melbourne research finds
What about those left out by the stimulus package?
Australia's economic measures to support the community during COVID-19 have left out some of the most vulnerable, warns University of Melbourne expert
Detention increases COVID-19 health risk
Australia has a legal and humanitarian obligation to protect people in immigration detention during the COVID-19 crisis, argue University of Melbourne experts
To bear witness in dangerous times
Manus Island refugee processing may be coming to an end, but new portraits by a University of Melbourne expert shine a light on the lives left in limbo.
A crisis of citizenship in India is risking mass statelessness
As almost 2 million people in India's Assam state face statelessness, University of Melbourne experts say the crisis needs an urgent and more humane solution.
Rethinking Australia’s refugee policy
Australia has an opportunity to re-evaluate its refugee policy and lead the world in sharing the burden says University of Melbourne expert on World Refugee Day