If not Manus, then what? Possible alternatives for asylum seekers and refugees in Papua New Guinea The Conversation, 28 April 2016. Re-published by the ABC; Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Blog; and Monash University Opinion.

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This discusses the implications of the announcement by Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill that Australia’s offshore detention centre on Manus Island would be closed. This decision follows the PNG Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that the detention of asylum seekers and recognised refugees in the processing centre is unconstitutional.

Period28 Apr 2016

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  • TitleIf not Manus, then what? Possible alternatives for asylum seekers and refugees in Papua New Guinea The Conversation, 28 April 2016. Re-published by the ABC; Castan Centre for Human Rights Law Blog; and Monash University Opinion.
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Conversation
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size800 words
    CountryAustralia
    Date28/04/16
    DescriptionThis discusses the implications of the announcement by Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill that Australia’s offshore detention centre on Manus Island would be closed. This decision follows the PNG Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that the detention of asylum seekers and recognised refugees in the processing centre is unconstitutional.
    Producer/AuthorMaria O'Sullivan
    URLhttps://theconversation.com/if-not-manus-then-what-possible-alternatives-for-asylum-seekers-and-refugees-in-png-58514
    PersonsMaria O'Sullivan

Keywords

  • Manus
  • refugee law