Blindness on a Hill; The Man Who Couldn't Get Angry; The Algorithm of Bad Options; Dirtied Definitions; Playing By the Rules, Then Ignoring Them; Australia's Fair Dinkum Intolerance; Drowning in Deadly Pacific Policy; New Zealand: Getting It Right and Pretending It's Right; In Lockstep with Lockdown?; Fighting Against the New Normal; Invisible Mending
Tracey Barnett has been a contributing columnist for The New Zealand Herald, The Sunday Star Times, The Christchurch Press and The Listener, among others. She is an occasional television and radio commentator for TV3's Campbell Live, Three60, Radio Live and formerly Media 3. Her commentary work has been published in ten countries.Tracey has also written and spoken against instituting mandatory detention of asylum seekers in New Zealand and created the campaign, "We Are Better Than That". She is an advocate for pursuing an independent policy course on refugee issues from our Australian neighbours.
'This eloquent and passionate work documents how we have strayed from a humane policy towards asylum seekers, following the same sad and discredited path as Australia.' Joris de Bres, Race Relations Commissioner 2002-2013