Asylum seeker policy psychology 101


Fiona Katauskas' cartoon 'Asylum seeker policy psychology 101' portrays the Seven Stages of Asylum Seeker Policy



Fiona Katauskas Fiona Katauskas' work has also appeared in ABC's The DrumNew Matilda, The Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeThe AustralianThe Financial Review and Scribe's Best Australian political cartoon anthologies.

Topic tags: fiona katauskas, John Howard, Philip Ruddock, Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd, Manus Island, asylum seekers



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Always be nice to refugees, immigrants, and people born overseas. Chances are your cardiac or brain surgeon- may one day be one.

Annoying Orange | 29 April 2014  

Thank you Fiona for illustrating so well the despicable treatment of fellow human beings by some Australians, who bring national disgrace and shame to us all.

Brian Larsson | 30 April 2014  

Fiona, you are right on target AGAIN! Classic process of acceptance of crass injustice in the name of what is best for the nation. How do we "Turn around the Titanic"

John Cranmer | 30 April 2014  

. . and I marched with thousands (my guesstimate) on Palm Sunday to protest and the 'Age' reported 'hundreds'. . . don't know if the Sun Herald noted it as an event . . thank goodness we have YOU waving the flag!

glen avard | 30 April 2014  

Fiona, your cartoons are like Exoct missiles exploding the apathy of the Australia Electorate. More power to your armoury!

Anthony Scott | 30 April 2014  

I concur with Glen, Fiona. I guess, with great regret, that you will be making room to add further stages?

vivien | 30 April 2014  

What an excellent summary

nick agocs | 30 April 2014  

You've done it again Fiona. Brilliant. Unbelievable that this vast, rich democracy places refugees in Third World prison camps. Reprehensible.

Louw | 02 May 2014  


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