Migration and Movement of Peoples

Lecturer, Migration Law
Research interests:
Immigration, Practicing migration advice, Asian Law, Access to Justice, Human Rights and the Law
Visting Fellow
Research interests:
Refugee Law, Family in migration law, Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Practicing migration advice, Professional Legal Education, Constructivist theory, Communities of practice
Associate Lecturer
Research interests:
Online education, Online assessments, Citizenship, European and comparative law
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Migration Law, Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Refugee Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Critical legal theory, Refugee Law, Public International Law, Law and Cultural Difference
Professor
Research interests:
General Criminal Law, Criminal Justice, Procedure and Sentencing, Federal Criminal Law, Counter-Terrorism Law, Military Discipline Law, Rule of Law Reform
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
General Human Rights Law and Policy, International and European Human Rights, Refugee Law, Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Evidence and Procedure
Manager - LRSJ
Research interests:
Law and Humanities, Refugee Law, Law and literature, Critical legal theory, Immigration
Visiting Fellow
Research interests:
Migration Law, International students - Australia's student visa program
Professor
Research interests:
Constitutional Law, Constitutional Courts, Constitutional History, Constitutional Reform, Constitutional Rights, Political Theory and Constitutional Law, Federalism, Gender and Constitutional Law, Parliamentary and Electoral Democracy, Separation of Powers, The Judicial System, Citizenship, Access to Government Information
Associate Lecturer
Research interests:
Legal Ethics, Family in migration law, Administrative law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Immigration
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Refugee Law, Immigration, Human rights, Constitutional Law, Public law, international legal theory, recognition theory, narrative legal identities

Latest news

27
Nov
2017
Jackson Bursill
Soon-to-be Law/Commerce graduate, Jackson Bursill, is about to embark on a three-month run from Cooktown to Melbourne to raise awareness of refugees. The project, Bounding Plains to Share, will see Jackson and co-founder Cassie Cohen run 4,000km in what will be a storytelling venture as well as a gruelling test of endurance.
09
Nov
2017
European Union Flag
The free movement of people continues to be significant to the Brexit negotiations and the topic is receiving wider coverage. It is a remarkable story of evolution and integration to which the Member States, the Court of Justice of the EU and the other EU institutions have all contributed.
07
Nov
2017
The Constitutional
A new podcast from the ANU College of Law captures conversations about law in a way that is utterly charming and reminds listeners that lawyers are people too.
07
Aug
2017
Pro-Chancellor Naomi Flutter
Meet Naomi Flutter, the University's new Pro-Chancellor, and also ANU Law alumna - LLB (Hons) and GDLP.
23
Jun
2017
In the second part of her series on the development of a Global Compact for migration, Marianne Dickie writes that while the world looks at ways to increase safety for refugees, Australia remains focused on securing its borders.

In the Media

22
Jun
2018

New law in Hungary criminalises aiding migrants

Kevin Boreham speaks to The Daily: 2SER

08
Mar
2018

The Catch-22 of forced marriage and migration

Marianne Dickie writes in APPS Policy Forum

31
Oct
2017

Closing of Manus Island detention centre

Kevin Boreham speaks to ABC 666 Breakfast

20
Jun
2017

Interview with ABC News 24

Kim Rubenstein speaks to ABC News 24

19
Jun
2017

The funny thing about human rights

Marianne Dickie writes in APPS Policy Forum

19
Jun
2017

Concerns raised about proposed new values test for Australian citizenship

Kim Rubenstein quoted in Australia Forum

Upcoming events

24
Jul
2018

Australia’s role within the international refugee protection system: Lessons, challenges and opportunities

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5.30PM to 6.30PM
  • Thomas Albrecht, Regional Representative, UNHCR Regional Representation in Canberra

Australia was a founding signatory of the 1951 Refugee Convention which remains the cornerstone of international protection for displaced persons. Almost 70 years later, while the Convention has proved adaptable to modern conflicts and challenges, there remains an imperative for Australia to also uphold these principles and standards domestically. 

Past events

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