INTERVIEWEE RECRUITMENT FOR NEW RESEARCH STUDY You are invited to take part in a study of volunteer experiences in Australian immigration detention facilities. This study builds on and extends previous research conducted by Michelle Peterie at the University of Sydney. For detailed information of the study, please go to the research web page here.
Mingoola resident Julia Harpham has led the way in welcoming African migrant families to revitalise the tiny NSW township. Regennovate/YouTube John van Kooy, Monash University and Rebecca Wickes, Monash University (more…)
The below motion was passed at last nights Annual General Meeting of The Australian Sociological Association: TASA AGM 20/11/2018 That TASA agree to: Condemn all forms of ongoing mandatory detention of those seeking safety as asylum seekers and refugees arriving in Australian waters by boat. This includes the forced detaining of those seeking safety now […]
The below motion was passed at last nights Annual General Meeting of The Australian Sociological Association: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) supports teachers walking off the job for refugee rights earlier today, November 20. We applaud the important stand these teachers are taking for refugee rights by opposing the cruelty of offshore detention on both […]
This esteemed panel, featuring Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs, David Manne and Fadak Alfayadh, will examine the TASA Conference theme of precarity, rights and resistance focused on asylum seeker and refugee rights advocacy in Australia. 4:00pm – 5:30pm Wednesday November 21st, Deakin University, Burwood.