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|Title:||Refugee and Asylum Seeker Rights|
Master of Human Rights
|Abstract:||I will approach my analysis through the lens of new social movement theory and evaluate the role of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) at the University of Sydney in this context, asking: How can CPACS successfully contribute to the existing web of collective action in pro-refugee advocacy? Furthermore, as CPACS‘ struggle in re-shaping the politics and policies of the current government is a microcosm of the pro-refugee movement‘s struggle to re-shape contemporary notions of citizenship, I will shift from a micro-evaluation of CPACS to a macro-evaluation of the pro-refugee movement as a whole in successfully challenging the existing system of citizenship and model of civic engagement in Australia.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Master of Human Rights|
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|Appears in Collections:||Masters Internship Reports (Human Rights)|
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