The Australian Financial Journal has a series of blogs on the topic of international refugees and asylum seekers.
The first, by the New York Times, is an introduction to the topic.
The second, by The Sydney Morning Herald, is a review of some of the most recent reporting on the issue.
The third, by Foreign Policy, is the most comprehensive and in-depth article to date on the situation in Australia.
It focuses on the refugee crisis in Australia, as well as on the role of media and policy makers.
The fourth, by Australian Financial Reporter, is on the globalisation of the refugee issue.
A follow-up is forthcoming.
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Topics covered: refugees, refugees, migration, refugees-in-migration, refugees world, refugees policy, refugees source Australian New Zealanders and the world source ABC News (AU) title The Australian newspaper that won the Pulitzer Prize article The Sydney Times has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the migrant crisis in the Middle East.
In particular, it reported on the plight of Palestinian refugee children and how they were being treated by Australian and international authorities.
The Sydney Evening Standard won the same prize for its stories on Australia’s immigration policy.
Both papers are now also in the process of publishing a book on the subject.
The awards recognise journalists who cover the world’s most important issues, and the Pulitzer is one of only two awards recognised by the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Topics: journalism, world-politics, refugees and refugees-world, government-and-politics source ABC World News (AUS) title World’s most interesting political, religious, or ethnic conflict?
article When it comes to political, social or ethnic conflicts, it is often the media and political pundits who are the most influential and authoritative voices.
A number of media outlets have been involved in making the world a more peaceful place in recent decades, but have failed to provide an authoritative account of how they are doing it.
The latest in this series looks at the world of the world media and the role it plays in helping shape the world.
Topics include the media in conflicts, media bias, bias-checking, journalism, media, media literacy, journalism standards, press, australia, new-zealand, united-states, austin, united.sub-arctic source ABC Fact Check title How is media bias?
article The latest news about media bias in the United States and Australia is not great, with an annual study showing that there is a 1.5-to-1 bias in favour of the media.
While some bias can be blamed on politics, a greater amount can be attributed to the way media outlets cover events and issues.
The report comes from the Institute of Public Affairs, which is based at the University of NSW.
In the report, it looked at media coverage of six topics and found that they are: bias in news reporting; bias in reporting on issues such as the war in Iraq; bias when it comes the role played by ethnic groups in public policy; bias as an author, speaker, journalist or broadcaster; bias towards political issues; and bias towards people with disabilities.
Topics included: media, government, ethics, ethics-and‑ethics-andreform, public-policy, austaian-states-university-of-new-zeland, newcastle-2300, nsw source ABC Future Tags editor,february,editorial,david johnson source ABC New Zealand title New Zealand’s biggest newspaper to publish in-person diary article The News and the Bulletin newspaper in Wellington, New Zealand, will publish an in-Person Diary of its latest edition, due for publication in the first half of April.
The diary will feature a selection of the daily headlines and articles, with a selection by staff.
The journal will be published by the Herald Times Group, and will be available on its website and on its mobile app.
Topics discussed: daniel,bureaucracy,government,nsw source The Guardian (UK) title A new book on Australian asylum seekers: ‘A real tragedy’ article A new autobiography written by a refugee who was held for years in the Manus Island detention centre has been published in the UK.
The book, which was written in 2010, details the ordeal of Peter and Julie Burleigh and their children.
The Burleighs have been fighting a court case to have their asylum claim returned to them since 2010, but the case is being contested by a number of human rights organisations, including the Refugee Council of Australia, which has been advocating for their return.
The new book is titled Asylum in a Time of Change: My Journey into the World of Asylum in Australia and New Zealand.
In it, the Burleigh family’s story is told in their own words, and their experience is illustrated with photographs and videos. Peter