Refugee Rejection is More Complex than a Soundbite: why the Tamil family should stay

Sydney Morning Herald, 2019
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The complexity of refugee determinations cannot be reduced to a soundbite. Legal decisions about refugee status are not an inevitable reflection of the truth or merits of a person’s asylum claims. They are made in the context of a legal system that has been deliberately set up to accelerate asylum decision-making, to deny acces to legal advice to people seeking asylum and to limit the legal options of those who have arrived by boat.
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