He’s been a frequent critic of Australia’s refugee policy, warning Australia risks being seen as “mean and miserable”; he’s defended our highest profile fugitive, Julian Assange, and lived for the bulk of his life outside the country.
Now Geoffrey Robertson QC, human rights lawyer and civil rights advocate, has been made an officer of the Order of Australia.
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