Category Archives: Refugees

Special Visas for Victims of Domestic Violence – The Challenges

According to the Family Violence Death Review Committee, between 2009 and 2015, 194 people died as a result of family violence. That is an average of 28 deaths per year, almost half of which were the result of intimate partner … Continue reading

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Pause for Thought – the Akbari Deportation Case

Earlier this week the NZ Herald uncovered the story of Sultan Ali Abdul Ali Akbari who had the threat of deportation suspended by Immigration New Zealand, even though he had committed multiple crimes of sexual assault.  The writer has to … Continue reading

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The Paris Attacks, Scarcity and Refugees

The slaughter of civilians in Paris this weekend has struck close to home for a lot of people.  My daughter was at a concert not far from the location of one of the attacks, and she reported “It was so chaotic, … Continue reading

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