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Could a pandemic kickstart the re-bordering of the world?

By BOb Director, Associate Professor Leanne Weber

The COVID-19 pandemic has elicited soul-searching on a global scale, about whether rapid

3 July, 2020

Latest report into welfare quarantining

Latest report by BOb's Dr Sara Maher into welfare quarantining as part of Associate Professor Leanne Weber's Future Fellowship research on the policing of internal borders.

27 May, 2020
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National Day of Action for Refugees

The Border Crossing Observatory is excited to announce its involvement with Academics for Refugees on their National Day of Action. This is an initiative to stand up for the human rights of refugees. Join us on the Wednesday the 17th of October

10 October, 2018
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Leanne Weber: National Social Sciences Week star in refugee and asylum seeker public discussion events

Australian Research Council Future Fellow in the policing of internal borders and Co-Director of the Border Crossing Observatory, Leanne Weber will be in discussion with

6 September, 2018
On World Refugee Day, deaths at sea are still relevant in Australia

Public Lecture on The Collapse of Values by Julian Burnside AO QC

We are excited to announce that Julian Burnside AO QC will be delivering a public lecture on ‘The Collapse of Values’ on the 11 September at the Monash Law Chambers, Melbourne<

29 August, 2018
On World Refugee Day, deaths at sea are still relevant in Australia

On World Refugee Day, deaths at sea are still relevant in Australia

BOb’s Associate Professor Leanne Weber delivered a keynote address ‘Counting and Accounting for Border Related Deaths’ to an international conference on ‘ 20 June, 2018

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BOb Submission to Inquiry on Migration Review Processes Associated with Visa Cancellations Made on Criminal Grounds

The Federal Government recently announced an inquiry into the visa cancellation review process for those who have their visa cancelled under s501 of the Migration Act – refusal or cancellation of a visa on character grounds.

3 May, 2018