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Assessment 1 - Essay Plan. Received 75% (a distinction) Title: The Politics that Govern the Human Rights of Non-Citizens in Australia

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Human rights Immigration to Australia Asylum seeker European migrant crisis Right of asylum Refugee Human rights in Australia Russian Federation Law on Refugees Immigration detention in Australia
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Human rights Immigration to Australia Asylum seeker European migrant crisis Right of asylum Refugee Human rights in Australia Russian Federation Law on Refugees Immigration detention in Australia
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This includes the right to seek asylum. Each year thousands of unlawful non-citizens arrive in Australia seeking asylum (Refugee Council, 2013). The following analysis will seek to critically examine how human rights in Australia are political through discussing in relation to unlawful non-citizens. The UN defines the term non-citizen as a person who has not been recognized as having effective links to the country where he or she is located. There are different groups of non-citizens, including permanent residents, migrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, victims of trafficking, foreign students, temporary visitors, other kinds of non-immigrants and stateless people (United Nations OHCHR, 2006). This analysis will focus on asylum seekers when...
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