Asylum Seekers

In the last twenty years, sixty thousand 'boat people' have arrived in Australia. How we deal with them when they get here continues to polarise public opinion.
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Morrison rejects Ardern's NZ refugee offer amid new calls to remove kids

15 November 2018

Film shot entirely on Manus detainee's mobile gets public screening

15 November 2018

Australian people not cruel just 'manipulated by government': Behrouz Boochani

15 November 2018

Asylum seekers share stories and food at these weekly feasts

14 November 2018

Greens block the government proposal to fast-track asylum applications

14 November 2018 Audio Track

Trump asylum order faces court challenge

10 November 2018

Mary Patetsos on SBS Greek

09 November 2018 Audio Track

UNCEF Accuses Australia Of Failing Its Young People (ຢູ​ນີ​ເຊບຟ໌ ກ່າວຫາອອ​ສ​ເຕຼ​ເລັຍ​ລົ້ມ​ເຫຼວ​ຄົນ​ໜຸ່ມ​ນ້ອຍ​ຂອງ​ຕົນ)

08 November 2018 Audio Track

Thousands Of Asylum Seekers In Aus May Face Homelessness (ຜູ້​ຂໍ​ລີ້​ພັຍ​ໃນ​ອອ​ສ​ເຕຼ​ເລັຍ​ຫຼາຍ​ພັນອາດ​ປະ​ເຊີນ​ໜ້າ​ກັບ​ການບໍ່​ມີ​ທີ່​ຢູ່​ເຊົາ)

08 November 2018 Audio Track

NT minister blames riot on 'broken' Don Dale centre

08 November 2018

US rejected 70 percent of asylum applications from Manus Detainees

08 November 2018 Audio Track

International Metropolis Project in Sydney

07 November 2018 Audio Track

Los expertos alertan sobre los refugiados: Salir de Nauru no es suficiente

07 November 2018 Audio Track

How does the Red Cross help migrants in Australia

07 November 2018 Audio Track

Government apparently moving families from Nauru to Adelaide

07 November 2018

Thousands of asylum seekers in Australia may face homelessness

07 November 2018 Audio Track

Half of Afghan Invictus team did not return home

06 November 2018 Audio Track

Thousands of asylum seekers in Australia may face homelessness

06 November 2018 Audio Track

Asylum Seekers Lose Income Support

05 November 2018 Audio Track

More than half of Afghanistan's Invictus Games team has stayed behind in Sydney

05 November 2018 Audio Track
As the debate rages, where do you stand?

Award-winning series Go Back To Where You Came From returns.