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.
Australian Political Science Association
Academics for Refugees
Refugee Council of Australia
Amy's units teach students to become engaged, informed, and critical citizens, and to provide them with the skills to make an impact in their lifetime.
Her units are designed to educate students in the importance of strong democratic systems of governance and the foundations of good policy.
Recognising a critical need to increase the pathways for women to pursue careers in politics, with colleague Maria Rae she established the Deakin Women in Politics Network.
AIP230 Understanding Public Policy (Trimester 1)
AIP209 Asylum Challenges in Australia and Asia (Trimester 2)
- Human rights
Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University
POLIS (Politics and International Studies), Deakin University
CONREP (Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies), co-funded by the European Union under the Eramus+ Programme -Jean Monnet Activities (599660 EPP-1-2018-1-AU-EPPJMO-NETWORK).
2014 Boyer Prize for the best original article published in Australian Journal of International Affairs in 2014 (‘Australian-Indonesian cooperation’).
2011 Isi Leibler Prize for the thesis that best advances knowledge about racism in Australia (Immigration detention in Australia).
2018-2021: Jean Monnet Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies (CONREP). This network will develop a transnational, interdisciplinary examination of the scope, methods and impact of externalisation policies of Australia, the European Union and its member states. Network partners include the University of Melbourne, Deakin University, Monash Univerity, University of Geneva, University of Bologna, and University of Gothenberg. Co-funded by the European Union under the Eramus+ Programme - Jean Monnet Activities(599660 EPP-1-2018-1-AU-EPPJMO-NETWORK).
Amy Nethery, Asher Hirsch
(2020), Melbourne, AVic., A6
(2019), pp. 305-325, Crimmigration in Australia: law, politics and society, Singapore, B1
M Rae, Emma Russell, Amy Nethery
(2019), Vol. 13, International journal of communication, Los Angeles, Calif., C1
(2019), Vol. 118, pp. 222-228, Current History, New York, N.Y., C1
M Rae, R Holman, A Nethery
(2018), Vol. 40, pp. 479-495, Media, culture and society, London, Eng., C1
(2018), Vol. 64, pp. 508-509, Australian journal of politics and history, Chichester, Eng., C1
A Nethery, R Holman
(2016), Vol. 20, pp. 1018-1038, International Journal of Human Rights, C1
Understanding immigration detention and its human impact
S Silverman, A Nethery
(2015), pp. 1-12, Immigration detention: the migration of a policy, Abingdon, Eng., B1
A Nethery, B Rafferty-Brown, S Taylor
(2015), pp. 114-124, Immigration detention: the migration of a policy and its human impact, Abingdon, Eng., B1
E Price, B Coffey, A Nethery
(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 680-698, Journal of Further and Higher Education, Abingdon, Eng., C1
A Nethery, S Silverman
(2015), London, Eng., A7-1
(2014), pp. 107-124, Australia-ASEAN dialogue: tracing 40 years of partnership, New York, B1
A Nethery, C Gordyn
(2014), Vol. 68, pp. 177-193, Australian journal of international affairs, Abingdon, England, C1
A Spinney, A Nethery
(2013), Vol. 12, pp. 179-189, Social Policy and Society, C1
A Nethery, B Rafferty-Brown, S Taylor
(2013), Vol. 26, pp. 88-109, Journal of Refugee Studies, C1
E Price, A Nethery
(2012), pp. 148-156, Media International Australia, C1
(2012), Vol. 18, pp. 729-740, Population, Space and Place, C1
(2012), Vol. 6, pp. 85-98, SHIMA-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH INTO ISLAND CULTURES, C1
(2009), pp. 65-80, Does history matter? Making and debating citizenship, immigration and refugee policy in Australia and New Zealand, Canberra, A. C. T., B1-1
F Mansouri, M Leach, A Nethery
(2009), Vol. 26, pp. 135-147, Refuge, C1
M Leach, A Nethery
(2008), pp. 102-119, Global crises and risks, South Melbourne, Vic, B1-1
D Lusher, N Balvin, A Nethery, J Tropea
(2007), pp. 9-20, Yearning to breathe free : seeking asylum in Australia, Leichhardt, N.S.W., B1-1
Funded Projects at Deakin
Other Public Sector Funding
Transitioning to Life After Parliament.
Prof Matthew Clarke, Dr Amy Nethery, Dr Zim Nwokora, Dr Peter Ferguson
- 2020: $20,000
Industry and Other Funding
Externalisation of asylum policies: the European Union and Australia
Prof Philomena Murray, Dr Amy Nethery
- 2019: $23,292
No completed student supervisions to report