In-Depth: Gillian Triggs

No stone is left unturned as the discussion delves into detention centres, offshore processing and the role of bureaucracy in change-making. Gillian Triggs is an accomplished public international law academic with numerous publications, formerly the President of Australia’s Human Rights Commission and was recently appointed as the Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. 

  • In Part One, Gillian explains how her role in Australia has influenced and interacted with policymaking. 

  • In Part Two, Gillian explores the hard truths of current immigration policies and practices.

  • Global Questions

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