Imagining Otherness: Refugee Claims on the Basis of Sexuality in Canada and Australia
- Melbourne University Law Review Association
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- Melbourne University Law Review, 2002, 26 (1), pp. 144 - 177
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Refugee tribunal cases in Australia and Canada - sexuality, otherness and the public private divide in the context of refugee case law - sexuality as the basis of gay and lesbian applicants claims for protection - empathy and imagination - inability of decision makers to be empathetic with gay and lesbian refugee applicants and therefore put at risk the applicants persecution claims.
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