Month: February 2016

Humanitarian Aid – Where they need it most

With the ongoing conflict in Syria displacing people by the thousands, unrest in Darfur concentrating people in need toward UN mission bases and the inability to find a ceasefire agreement in Yemen, innocent civilians in conflict zones have been forced into desperate conditions while awaiting humanitarian aid. But who needs it most and how does […]

High Court Rules Nauru Detention Centre is Constitutional

On Wednesday 3rd February, the Australian High Court heard a case brought forward by the Human Rights Law Centre, concerning a plaintiff from Bangladesh who stood to be deported back to Nauru. The case challenged the lawfulness of the detention centre in a third party State along with the Government’s funding of it. Unfortunately, the case […]