Professor Uma Kothari, from the Global Development Institute, recently appeared on The University of Melborne’s online, audio talk show of research, opinion and analysis, Up Close. She discussed how media representations of asylum seekers influence us in how we attend and respond to the plight of individuals and groups fleeing their countries in search of safety. You can listen to the discussion in full below.
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