Laws of Inclusion & Strategies of Exclusion | Mark Glanville


The Australian policy on asylum seekers has received widespread critique for its failure to fulfil its legal obligations under the Refugee Convention and for outstripping any other western nation’s policy in straying from internationally agreed norms for refugee protection. Mark Glanville explores the basis for critique arising from ethical principles grounded in Scripture that form the basis for faith and ethics for a large number of Australians.

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