Analysis on issues affecting forcibly displaced people
Research and Commentary
Free From Violence Against Women and Girls, September 2018, September 2018
Recent academic publications:
Rego, N and Gottardo, C. (2020), ‘The Australian border and its discontents.’ In A.A. Mateos SJ, M.G. Duran SJ, C.E. Villasenor, and J.I. Martinez (Eds.), Migratory Flows at the Borders of Our World (pp. 299 – 330). Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
Domicelj, T and Gottardo, C. (2019), “Implementing the Global Compacts: the importance of a whole-of-society approach.” Forced Migration Review, 60, 79 – 82.
Gottardo, C and Cyment, P (2019), “The Global Compact for Migration: what could it mean for women and gender relations?” Gender and Development, 27(1), 67 – 83.
Carolina Gottardo and Paola Cyment, “How COVID-19 affects women in migration,” Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, September 2020
Carolina Gottardo, “COVID-19 doesn’t discriminate, nor should we,” Eureka Street, April 2020
Carolina Gottardo and Nishadh Rego, “Allies keeping faith despite Medevac blow,” Eureka Street, December 2019
Carolina Gottardo, “A visit among the men of Manus,” Eureka Street, November 2019
Sarah Brown, “Protecting women seeking asylum from violence – Is Australia doing enough?”, Broad Agenda, September 2019
Carolina Gottardo and Nishadh Rego, “Separating refugee policy from politics,” Eureka Street, June 2019
Carolina Gottardo, Nishadh Rego, and Lars Stenger, “Indonesian Perspective on Medevac,” Eureka Street, February 2019
Carolina Gottardo, “Australia Misses GCM boat, but it’s not too late,” Eureka Street, December 2018
Carolina Gottardo and Nishadh Rego, “A Migrant and Refugee Stocktake,” Eureka Street, August 2018
Carolina Gottardo, “Migration compact will benefit Australia,” Eureka Street, August 2018
Nishadh Rego, “Deterrence by Punishment: A Critical Overview of Policies Towards Asylum Seekers in the ‘Legacy Caseload,'” Asylum Insight, February 2018
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