Greens Senator for Tasmania Nick McKim has referred the Tasmanian government's soliciting and facilitiation of private developments in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area to the Integrity Commission.
The Prime Minister’s proposed change to medical assessment for people in offshore detention is nothing more than a shuffling of administrative deck chairs, Greens Immigration spokesperson Senator Nick McKim says.
A Religious Discrimination Act should not be used to undermine or override state based anti-discrimination laws, the Australian Greens say, following the release of the government’s response to the Ruddock Review.
The Liberals’ decision to refuse to sign the United Nations Global Compact for Migration is an admission that their refugee policies are in breach of international law, Greens Immigration spokesperson Nick McKim says.
Today I met Sidney, a childcare worker and volunteer Vietnamese teacher in Canberra. Sidney and her 12-year-old son are facing deportation because of a historic health condition. This is a deeply unfair decision and it must be reversed.