Are we doing enough for Afghan refugees?
- Publication Date |
- Oct 10, 2021
- Episode Duration |
Since the Taliban retook the country, millions of Afghans have been trying to get out.
Many go first to Iran or Pakistan, and from there try for resettlement elsewhere.
But it's a difficult, bureaucratic process, and for most it ends in disappointment.
So is Australia doing enough to help?
Today on The Signal, we're hearing about a group of Afghan orphans who've made it Sydney.
How is Australia helping them, and their compatriots back in Afghanistan?
Latifa, Afghan refugee
Emily Clark, Reporter, ABC news international desk
Kate Ogg, Associate Professor, Australian National University College of Law, Canberra