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Australia had earlier, handed a 109-page report to the committee detailing changes since Labor won power in 2007 to bring the intervention into line with the Racial Discrimination Act and to abolish temporary protection visas.
Labor has condemned a Liberal plan to deter asylum seekers by introducing temporary protection visas, which would enable the government to send refugees back to their homelands if conditions there improved.
Concerns 'not racist' He also reiterated his pledge to revive the so-called "Pacific solution" where the country paid impoverished island neighbours Nauru and Papua New Guinea to keep asylum seekers in detention centres, as well as imposing temporary protection visas.
Following Them Home shows how, instead of working to ease the global crisis of asylum-seekers, the Australian government only makes matters worse by further traumatising those seeking protection on its shores through the uncertainty and inhumanity of its detention and Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) regimes, only to then push failed applicants on to other countries or international bodies that must now 'foot the bill' for this added burden.
The update of the handbook has also allowed consideration of the effects on health of mandatory detention and temporary protection visas.
The Government also responded to this change in October 1999 by issuing a new, temporary protection visa to unauthorised arrivals whose applications for refugee status were successful.
Abstract Against the background of the recent international trend of a greater reliance on deterrence measures in managing the flow of asylum seekers, this paper discusses the implementation of the temporary protection visa (TPV) in Australia.
Markus and Taylor rail against the complexity and opacity of the BVE regime and the temporary protection visa regime (whereby 'illegally' arrived asylum seekers, that is boat people, are given only temporary visas if found to be in need of protection).