Are White Farmers in South Africa Refugees? Giving Protection to those in Need, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Blog, 18 March 2018

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This analyses the proposal of the Minister for Immigration to give special attention to white farmers in South Africa who are facing acts of violence. It addresses whether such a cohort are in fact refugees under Australian law and whether Australia should indeed be giving them 'special attention' as proposed. Published on the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Blog, 19 March 2018, republished in Monash Lens 23 March 2018

Period18 Mar 2018

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  • Title‘Are White Farmers in South Africa Refugees? Giving Protection To Those In Need’
    Media name/outletCastan Centre for Human Rights Law
    CountryAustralia
    Date18/03/18
    DescriptionThis analyses the proposal of the Minister for Immigration to give special attention to white farmers in South Africa who are facing acts of violence. It addresses whether such a cohort are in fact refugees under Australian law and whether Australia should indeed be giving them 'special attention' as proposed. Published on the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Blog, 19 March 2018, republished in Monash Lens 23 March 2018
    Producer/AuthorCastan Centre for Human Rights Law
    URLhttps://castancentre.com/2018/03/19/are-white-farmers-in-south-africa-refugees-giving-protection-to-those-in-need/
    PersonsMaria O'Sullivan

Keywords

  • refugee
  • asylum seeker
  • visa
  • humanitarian
  • immigration