Amy Nethery

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.