Category Archives: Asylum

Immigrants – a psychoanalytic perspective

In my recent conversations with colleagues on my preferred social media platform, Twitter, I note a change – or at least, an emerging narrative, on asylum seekers, and by implication, on all persons who have sought to immigrate to this … Continue reading

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[RENEW AUSTRALIA] Founding Members’ Statement of Values & Purpose (Draft)

20 January 2015 [RENEW AUSTRALIA] A new party for a new vision for Australia Founding Members’ Statement of Values & Purpose OUR PURPOSE When over long duration the foundations of political parties become eroded and their purposes fall out of … Continue reading

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My Response to the Moss Review

It is unspeakably distressing for me to read the Moss Report for a number of reasons.  In 2011 I was employed in the National Communications Branch of the then named Department of Immigration and Citizenship. As part of my job, … Continue reading

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