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Within Australia, Human Rights are open to continuous scrutiny to ensure the upholding of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recent years, particularly with increased publicity surrounding refugee detention laws, the ‘legality’ of mandatory detention for refugees with regards to the wellbeing of those detained has been widely debated.

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Demography Law International law Immigration to Australia Forced migration Immigration Human rights Detention centers Immigration detention Asylum seeker Torture and the United States Refugee
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Demography Law International law Immigration to Australia Forced migration Immigration Human rights Detention centers Immigration detention Asylum seeker Torture and the United States Refugee
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We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.” Within Australia, Human Rights are open to continuous scrutiny to ensure the upholding of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recent years, particularly with increased publicity surrounding refugee detention laws, the ‘legality’ of mandatory detention for refugees with regards to the wellbeing of those detained has been widely debated. Australian legislation, through the inadequate treatment of refugees and asylum seekers within detention, fails to uphold Article 5 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Australia is signatory to the Universal Decla...
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