Murphy, Kerry
August 2016
Legaldate;Aug2016, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p7
The article focuses on the immigration policy in Australia that changes the laws and protection to asylum seekers. Topics mentioned include the several court cases related to asylum seekers such as the Lim v. Minister for Immigration, the prevention of human rights violation, and the prevention of unlawful detention of asylum seekers.


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