What is humanitarianism? What happens when non-governmental organisations (NGOs) take on lucrative government contracts to provide services to asylum seekers? How does this ‘humanitarian borderwork’, defined as practices that contain a security logic that construct, shift and erase internal and external borders, differ from the work of NGOs in the criminal justice system or the immigration detention system?
|Type||online Blog post|
|Media of output||Text|
|Publisher||University of Oxford|
|Number of pages||4|
|Place of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Publication status||Published - 16 May 2019|
|Publisher||Faculty of Law, University of Oxford|
Gerard, A., & Weber, L. (2019, May 16). 'Humanitarian borderwork': Tensions between humanitarianism and securitization for NGOs working with asylum seekers in Australia. United Kingdom: University of Oxford.