Ajidarma, Seno Gumira. 1995. Eyewitness. Potts Point, NSW: Imprint. Protest stories from Indonesia.
Breaking Free: An Anthology of Human Rights Poetry.1994. Hove: Wayland.
Dare to be Different: A Celebration of Freedom in Association with Amnesty International. 1999. London: Bloomsbury. Illustrated stories and poems for young people.
Flattley, Kerry & Wallace-Crabbe, Chris. 1992. From the Repubic of Conscience: An International Anthology of Poetry. Flemington, VIC: Aird Books.
Goode, Katherine. 1997. Jumping to Heaven:: stories about refugee children. Kent Town, SA: Wakefield Press. Short stories based on interviews with Australian refugee children.
Hyde, Michael & Parr, Helen. 1995. Same Difference. Carlton, VIC: Curriculum Corporation. Access Asia series. Stories about teenage experience in Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, Nepal, Indonesia and Australia.
Mitchell, Dee (ed). 1993. Amnesty. Port Melbourne, VIC: Minerva Australia (Reed Books). Stories by Australian writers for adults and children.
Muse, Daphne (ed). 1995. Prejudice: Stories about Hate, Ignorance, Revelation, and Transformation. New York, NY: Hyperion Books for Children.
Naidoo, Beverley. 2001. Out of Bounds: stories of conflict and hope. Camberwell, VIC: Puffin Books. One short story for each decade of Apartheid in South Africa.
Latifa. 2002. My Forbidden Face: Growing up under the Taliban: a young woman’s story. London: Virago Press.
Lobel, Anita. 1998.No Pretty Pictures: a child of war. New York, NY: Avon Books. A refugee from WWII.
Pilkington, Doris (Garimara, Nugi). 1996. Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence. St Lucia, QLD: University of Queensland Press. Book on which the film, ‘Rabbit-Proof Fence’ was based. Stolen aboriginal children escape back to their families.
Ung, Loung. 2000. First they killed my father: a daughter of Cambodia remembers. Pymble, NSW: HarperCollins. Living under the Khmer Rouge regime.
Zable, Arnold. 1991. Jewels and Ashes. Newham, VIC: Scribe Publications. Australian-Jewish refugee family history.
Memoirs and Testimonies – anthologies of shorter pieces
From Nothing to Zero: Letters from Refugees in Australia’s Detention Centres. 2003. Footscray, VIC: Lonely Planet.
Tikvah: Children’s Book Creators Reflect on Human Rights. 1999. New York, NY: SeaStar Books (North-South Books). Well known children’s illustrators and writers present an image and accompanying explanation.
Tyler, Heather. 2003. Asylum: Voices behind the razor wire. South Melbourne, VIC: Lothian.