Tag: Refugee Justice



In DMA18, refugees who were detained in offshore detention secured a major legal victory in the High Court of Australia against the Minister for Home Affairs.
In the case of AYX18, the Minister for Home Affairs was ordered to transfer a child refugee to the mainland to receive urgent psychiatric care.
Through a technological collaboration, National Justice Project has partnered with Law In Order and Relativity to establish a government duty of care to refugees in offshore detention.
No one should have to prove that they deserve to receive life-saving medical treatment. DWD18 had to take the Minister for Home Affairs to court to stay alive.
In spite of evidence that DCQ18 urgently needed to terminate her pregnancy, she was unable to do so without taking the Minister for Home Affairs to Court.
In EWR18 v Minister for Home Affairs, the Federal Court considered whether refugees living on Nauru fall within their jurisdiction, and whether to grant an injunction.
The National Justice Project, in conjunction with the Sydney Centre for International Law, has co-authored a submission to the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.

Case name: FRX17 as litigation representative for FRM17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2018] FCA 63 Case summary: During her detention on Nauru between 2013 and 2018, a young girl (the Applicant) faced serious mental health deterioration, including

Case name: ARJ17 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2018] FCAFC 98 Case summary: The National Justice Project represented two applicants in these cases, and hundreds of others in the ARJ17 class action proceeding, against the Commonwealth of Australia

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