As we say goodbye to 2016, Megan Giles takes a look at the state of human rights globally and it's a grim picture.
In part three of Oliver White's five part series, he explains why resettlement is not a feasible solution to solving the world's refugee crisis. So minuscule is the number of countries participating in UNHCR's resettlement program, that in 2015 there were enough places to resettle 0.66% of the world's refugees.
Life under an oppressive Israeli regime in Palestine leads many children and adults to throw rocks at police and security forces and commit other offences. Their punishment is swift and harsh. Children as young as five have reportedly been detained, often without informing their parents, as daily life leads to growing frustrations.
Oliver White explains how Australia's 'stopping the boats' policy undermines the global architecture of protection for refugees.
By focusing on the UN Convention, Mona Lock Skålevik calls for organisations and volunteers to pay more attention to children's rights.