Publications: Kenny, Mary Anne
Kenny, M.A. and Sampson, R. (2015) FactCheck Q&A: Has the number of asylum seeker children in detention declined? The Conversation, 19 October 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Davis, S. (2015) FactCheck: Does Australia take more refugees per capita through the UNHCR than any other country? The Conversation, 8 September 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Grewcock, M. (2015) FactCheck: How are the 12,000 extra refugees coming to Australia chosen? The Conversation, 1 December 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Murphy, K. (2015) FactCheck: Is this the greatest period of humanitarian need since WWII? The Conversation, 3 July 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Davies, S. (2015) FactCheck: did 1200 refugees die at sea under Labor? The Conversation, 3 March 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Procter, N. (2015) The Fast Track Refugee Assessment Process and the Mental Health of Vulnerable Asylum Seekers. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, In Press . pp. 1-7.
McGaughey, F. and Kenny, M.A. (2015) Lashing out at the UN is not the act of a good international citizen. The Conversation, 10 March 2015 .
Fiske, L., Kenny, M.A. and Procter, N. (2015) Manus Island hunger strikes are a call to Australia’s conscience. The Conversation, 19 January 2015 .
Kenny, M.A. and Procter, N. (2014) ‘Fast track’ asylum processing risks fairness for efficiency. The Conversation, 8 December 2014 .
Fleay, C., Hartley, L.K. and Kenny, M.A. (2013) Refugees and asylum seekers living in the Australian community: The importance of work rights and employment support. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 48 (4). pp. 473-493.
Pedersen, A., Fozdar, F. and Kenny, M.A. (2012) Battling boatloads of prejudice: An interdisciplinary approach to activism with asylum seekers and refugees in Australia. In: Bretherton, D. and Balvin, N., (eds.) Peace Psychology in Australia. Springer, New York, pp. 121-137.
Kenny, M.A. (2012) Chinese refugees risking lives for asylum in New Zealand. The Conversation, 11 April 2012 .
Kenny, M.A. (2012) Rethinking the guardianship of refugee children after the Malaysian Solution. Sydney Law Review, 34 (3). pp. 437-465.
Crock, M., Kenny, M.A. and Allison, F. (2008) Children and Immigration and Citizenship Law. In: Monahan, G. and Young, L., (eds.) Children and the law in Australia. LexisNexis Butterworths, Chatswood, N.S.W., pp. 238-253.
Kenny, M.A. (2007) Cross-Cultural Communication in Immigration Practice. Immigration Review, 33 .
Kenny, M.A. (2007) The Nairobi Code: A client centred approach to ethical conduct. Immigration Review, 35 .
Kenny, M.A., Silove, D.M. and Steel, Z. (2004) Legal and ethical implications of medically enforced treatment of detained asylum seekers on hunger strike. Medical Journal of Australia, 180 (5). pp. 237-240.
Kenny, M.A., Styles, I. and Zariski, A. (2004) Looking At You Looking At Me Looking At You: Learning Through Reflection In A Law School Clinic. eLaw Journal: Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 11 (1).
Kenny, M.A. and Fiske, L. (2004) Marriage of convenience or match made in heaven? Lawyers and Social Workers working on asylum seeker cases. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 10 (2). pp. 137-159.
Kenny, M.A. (2003) Terrorism and exclusion under the Refugee Convention. Reform, 82 . 37-42-71.
Kenny, M.A. (2002) Force-feeding asylum seekers: Challenging the state’s authority to direct medical treatment. Alternative Law Journal, 27 (3). pp. 107-111.
Kenny, M.A. (2001) Australia and the Refugees Convention 50 years on. Human Rights Defender, 10 (2). pp. 20-22.
Kenny, M.A. (2001) Borderline: Australia's treatment of refugees and asylum seekers by Peter Mares (Book Review). Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 2 (2). pp. 144-148.
Kenny, M.A. (2001) The Importance of Psychosocial support in the refugee status determination process’. Southern Refugee Law Network Website .
Kenny, M.A. (2001) Mass Migration and Hong Kong: An Australian Perspectives. Alternative Law Journal, 26 (4). pp. 182-184.
Kenny, M.A. and Copeland, A. (2000) Clinical Legal Education and Refugee Cases: Teaching law students about human rights. Alternative Law Journal, 25 (5). pp. 252-253.