Amy NetheryStaff member
Amy is a senior lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Deakin University. Amy researches the development and impact of asylum policies in Australia and Asia, with a focus on transnational cooperation on border control. An important theme of her work is the analysis of asylum policy according to democratic norms of policymaking. She has a particular interest in immigration detention: its history, evolution, diffusion, legal status, consistency with democratic norms, and human impact.