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Institutional disrespect or the marginalisation of refugee migrants and the South Sudanese Australian experience.

When disrespect comes in the form of injury, mistreatment, and is systemic in existing governance arrangements, where does responsibility lie? Join our panel as it discusses the experience of refugee migrants at the hands of the state, the question of responsibility, and the necessary work to overcome injustice.

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Recorded: 22 August 2019

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Ibolya Losoncz, William Abur, Daniel Ajak & James Atem Mayen

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