Refugee Realities: Risk, Rights and Resettlement


May Maloney has kindly provided us with the links to the training slides, reports on the methodology, and information on the outcomes of dialogues with women she worked with.

Starts: Oct. 11, 2011, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Dexter Bar and Cafe 123 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill
Format: Presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes

Workshop: Refugee communities: from within, not without. Methods for participatory consultation with displaced people.

Oct. 11, 2011 Lecturer: (May Maloney & Lucy Hall, UNSW & UNHCR)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes

May Maloney has kindly provided us with the links to the training slides, reports on the methodology, and information on the outcomes of dialogues with women she worked with. The training slides are all on the University of New South Wales' Centre for Refugee Research website. Can be referenced as the last set of slides on this site: crr.unsw.edu.au/education-and-training/training-resources/ Some people mentioned that they would like to see a copy of a report produced based on the methodology, which can be sourced at this URL (the Harda Report): crr.unsw.edu.au/research-projects/ For people who would like to know more about the outcomes of the women's dialogues that May was involved in, check out the unofficial UNHCR Gender Unit Blog: itbeginswithme.wordpress.com/category/regional-dialogues-with-refugee-women-and-girls

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The alternative to mandatory detention: Why undocumented asylum seeker arrivals should be processed in the community.

Oct. 18, 2011 Lecturer: (Jana Favero, ASRC)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes

The regional solutions: The Bali Process and regional frameworks adopted by Australia and South-East Asian countries.

Oct. 25, 2011 Lecturer: (Savitri Taylor, La Trobe Uni)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes

Unfortunately the recording for this week is unavailable. For anyone that is interested in what was discussed please see Savitri's recent article published in Inside Story, 'Regoinal Cooperation and the Malaysian Solution', which covers the issues discussed, including the Bali Process. Savitri also asked we put up these links for anyone who is interested in learning more about the issues discussed: UNHCR, Global Trends 2010 (June 2011) and 2010-GlobalTrends-annex-tables UNHCR, Projected Global Resettlement Needs 2012 (June 2012) Bali Process web site UNHCR, Regional Cooperative Approach to address Refugees, Asylum-Seekers and Irregular Movement Discussion Paper (November 2010) Bali Process Final Co-Chairs' Statement, 30 March 2011

Access denied: What happens to refugees denied protection following an adverse ASIO security assessment?

Nov. 1, 2011 Lecturer: (Josef Szwarc, Foundation House)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes
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Camps, detention, and informal settlement: Three durable solutions by default?

Nov. 8, 2011 Lecturer: (Sandy Gifford, La Trobe Uni)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes
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On-going trauma: Reflections on the ongoing effect of refugee experiences after resettlement in Australia.

Nov. 15, 2011 Lecturer: (Ellena Savage, Cecilia Sequeira Goncalves & Clovis Mwamba)
presentation - 45 minutes, open discussion - 45 minutes
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