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- Asylum deal shameful and inhumane
- Gifford, Sandy; Correa-Velez, Ignacio; McMichael, Celia
- People swapping with Malaysia is not an effective or humane way to stop people smuggling. Trading in people is a shameful plan that serves only to further diminish Australia's increasingly shaky commitment to its human rights obligations. We need to begin by opening a dialogue within the Asia-Pacific region that is co-operative and does not have combating the smuggling of people at its centre.
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- Newspaper article
- The Age, 12 May 2011
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- Asia-Pacific; Asylum seekers; Boat people; Immigration policy; International protection; Malaysia; Malaysian solution; People smuggling; Refugees
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