Lisa Hartley has been at the Centre for Human Rights Education since February 2012. Her interdisciplinary teaching and research is focused on questions of human rights and social change and is driven by a desire to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Lisa's research cuts across the fields of refugee and migrant studies, sociology, and community and social psychology. Her research interests include refugee resettlement issues; the rights of refugees and asylum seekers; and prejudice towards marginalised social groups and interventions to reduce prejudice.
Caroline lectures in human rights at the Centre for Human Rights Education, Curtin University, and conducts research into Australian policy and human rights, transnational activism and human rights, and the rights of people seeking asylum.