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Invictus Games athletes claim asylum

Afghan Invictus athletes explain why they claimed asylum in Australia. HR4A explains that Australia owes them obligations under international law.

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M47 Challenges Indefinite Detention

M47 has been detained for almost 10 years. Listen to his story and the resulting legal action.

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UN calls for release of child

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention calls for the release of a 15-month old girl and her mother from immigration detention. HR4A brought this case to the attention of the Working Group.

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Blind refugee in detention for 9 yrs

HR4A demands the release of a 35-year-old Tamil refugee with multiple disabilities who has been in detention for more than nine years.

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Character Test does not apply

On Christmas Eve 2019, the Federal Court of Australia ruled that section 501 of the Migration Act 1958, which allows for the cancellation of visas due to character concerns, does not apply to refugees. HR4A represented the Tamil refugee in this case

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Saudi Gay Journalists

Two Gay Saudi Journalists were detained in immigration detention after seeking asylum in Australia in October 2019. Due to the dangers faced by members of the LGBTIQA+ community in detention, HR4A agitated for the men to be released into the community while awaiting the outcome of their protection claim. They have since been freed!

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