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David Manne

David Manne |  17 May 2007

David Manne is a lawyer and migration agent and Co-ordinator of the Refugee & Immigration Legal Centre. He commenced working with the Refugee & Immigration Legal Centre in January 2001, which is the largest provider of free legal assistance to disadvantaged migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Australia.

He also sits on the Boards of the Refugee Council of Australia and the Victorian Foundation for the Survivors of Torture Ethics Committee, and is a regular and prominent contributor to the public debate on Australia’s refugee and immigration laws and policies.   


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