Global refugees: how can the nations of the world most sensibly protect refugees in the 21st century?

Conflict in the 21st century created millions of refugees and people in need of humanitarian assistance. In addition to the numbers of people seeking refuge from conflict, refugee numbers are increasing as a direct result of changes in the world’s climate. How do we make sense of the growing needs of people in other nations? How should we respond?


Professor Alex Reilly is the Director of the Public Law and Policy Research Unit at the University of Adelaide. Alex works in the area of migration, citizenship, constitutional law, and Indigenous legal issues. Alex takes a broad socio-political approach to studying these areas of law, drawing on the knowledge and insights of other disciplines such as history, geography, psychology and politics to critique accepted approaches to regulation. 

8:30pm @The Maid, 1 Magill Road, STEPNEY 5069

Also speaking at this location at 6:30pm is Tania Laiman.