Amnesty International to appear at Senate Committee inquiry into allegations that Australian officials paid crew to return an asylum seeker boat back to Indonesia.
World leaders in London must deliver transformational new deal for Syrian refugees and host countries
World leaders in London this week for a high-level conference on Syria must commit to an ambitious and transformational new multi-billion dollar deal for Syrian refugees and the countries hosting them in the region.
Amnesty International is disappointed that the Australian High Court has ruled that offshore detention is lawful. This decision will result in around 260 vulnerable people, including over 80 children, being forcibly sent back to Nauru.
New plan to tackle unprecedented flow of refugees to Europe plans to label Turkey a 'safe third country' in order to ferry tens of thousands of people back from Greece would violate international law.