Author profile: Sally Clark

Sally Clark attained her doctorate from Swinburne University in 2016. Her PhD, titled ‘Navigating Asylum: Journeys from Indonesia to Australia’ charts the precarious nature of life in transit for Hazara asylum seekers undergoing refugee status determination and explores the connection between conditions in transit and irregular migration. She is currently lecturing in international politics and conducting research on displacement and exceptionality in marginalised groups.

Australia’s Extraterritorial Asylum Policies and the Making of Transit Sites

Sally Clark • Aug 24 2018 • Articles
Despite the brevity of human rights legislation states are now implementing pre-emptive measures that effectively neutralise their obligations.

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