Published: 20 November 2020
Australia’s 21st century refugee policies notoriously left thousands of people seeking asylum languishing offshore – but thousands more are stuck in the shadows of communities across the country. They tell their stories in Temporary, a new narrative podcast from UNSW Sydney, in partnership with Guardian Australia.
"Every human being on the Earth deserves to have a proper life, or a permanent life. For me, it’s like, if I have tomorrow, I’ll be happy." - Zaki
The voices in Temporary come alive in longform journalism – vividly illustrated by photographers and artists who themselves are refugees and people seeking asylum – on a series hub produced by UNSW’s Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law.
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