To learn more about the architecture of temporariness and the Australian laws keeping refugees and people seeking asylum, here are some organisations with resources:
The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law is the world's leading research centre dedicated to the study of international refugee law. It undertakes rigorous research and promotes legal, sustainable and humane solutions to forced migration. Subscribe for updates on refugee news, curated from Australia and worldwide in the weekly roundup. The Kaldor Centre have created a digital story telling hub where the voices in Temporary come alive in longform journalism – vividly illustrated by photographers and artists who themselves are refugees and people seeking asylum. Head to the series hub to delve deeper.
The Refugee Advice & Casework Service (RACS) is a community legal centre dedicated to assisting people seeking asylum and refugees. RACS stands as a strong, independent public voice for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum. RACS assists people of all nationalities, religions, sexual and gender identity, and calls for justice and dignity for refugees through the provision of effective legal services and advocacy.