Brotherhood of St Laurence

Improving outcomes and reducing costs for asylum seekers : a report for the Justice for Asylum Seekers Network / by Milbur Consulting ; [written by Tony Ward with research assistance from Nick Ward].

By: Ward,Tony | Milbur Consulting
Contributor(s): Ward, Nick | Justice for Asylum Seekers Network (JAS) | Ecumenical Migration Centre (EMC)
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. Justice for Asylum Seekers 2003Description: xi, 53 pSubject(s): Asylum, Right Of | Refugees Government Policy | Refugees Mental Health | Detention Of Persons | Emigration And Immigration | Community Care | Refugees | Migrants | Hostels | Costs | Case Management | At Risk Children | Human Rights | Families | Justice For Asylum Seekers (jas) | Ecumenical Migration Centre (emc) | Australia. Department Of Immigration And Multicultural AffairsDDC classification: 325.21 IMP
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Project management and management for JAS (Justice for Asylum Seekers): Marc Purcell (Catholic Commission for Justice Development and Peace, Melbourne) and Ainslie Hannan (Ecumenical Migration Centre, EMC)

Justice for Asylum Seekers (JAS) [was] an alliance of over 25 national church and community organisations, founded in Melbourne in 1999 to address negative perceptions of refugees claiming asylum. JAS [was] concerned with achieving just treatment of people claiming asylum in Australia while acknowledging the need for border management and sound migration processes. This report builds on the JAS June 2002 proposal "Alternative approaches to asylum seekers: reception and Tranitional processing system."

Improving Outcomes and Reducing Costs for Asylum Seekers.pdf

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