- The Better Way: Refugees, Detention and Australians
The Better Way is a viable alternative to the current system of maximum-security mandatory detention. It shows asylum seekers can be housed in different types of accommodation according to their needs. Developed by experienced and respected welfare agencies from the Justice for Asylum Seekers network, The Better Way is an effective, more humane and cheaper way of caring for the special needs of asylum seekers.
- The Justice Project - Refugee Policy Reform Campaign
The Justice Project was formed in 2004. Its first project was to campaign for refugee policy reform and to campaign for the restoration of human rights in Australia. Its members include Julian Burnside QC, the Right Honourable Malcolm Fraser, Associate Professor Robert Manne and Hugh Evans (Young Australian of the Year 2004). Following The Justice Project's campaign in the 2004 Federal election, we decided to continue our campaign against mandatory detention, but also, over 2005, to focus specifically on Victoria's decision to consider a Charter or Bill of Rights. We thoroughly support the initiative of the Australian Capital Territory in enacting a Human Rights Act, and welcome the new Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. We believe
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