Media callout for LGBTI refugees

I have been contacted by a journalist who is seeking to do a story on the experience of LGBTI refugees- and how they are dealt with by Australian authorities, including the Department of Immigration, tribunals and courts. While the journalist would, of course, prefer any interviewees have their names published, he is happy to protect… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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Media callout for LGBTI refugees

I have been contacted by a journalist who is seeking to do a story on the experience of LGBTI refugees- and how they are dealt with by Australian authorities, including the Department of Immigration, tribunals and courts.

While the journalist would, of course, prefer any interviewees have their names published, he is happy to protect names and identities for those who want to tell their stories, but want to make sure they stay safe.

In some countries, being LGBTI can result in persecution or even death, as the New York Times highlighted.

If you are interested, please call me on 07 3221 9544 or by email spage@harringtonfamilylawyers.com or send me a message either via Facebook or via Twitter .

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