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Behrouz Boochani
Novelist, journalist
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Dr Di Rayson 23h
An amazing word from asking if we are complicit if we aren't part of the solution to free these people. 😢
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Janet Rice 23h
. so great to hear from you at the Earth@Peace forum. We will keep working for your human rights until you and all other refugees and asylum seekers locked up so cruelly are free and at peace. I so wish Labor and Liberal politicians were with us too 🙁
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Shamindan Apr 17
2 men on have been diagnosed with Typhoid Fever & immediately flown to Pom, maintenance cleaned their rooms to stop preventing the virus spreading around. lacking basic hygiene, depriving them of appropriate medical supports.
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mansionoffuture Apr 12
Join us for 24-26 April, with photos by showing until 1 June. The event will address the relationship between migration, detention & the arts. Drop in & bookable events including a talk by , screenings & readings
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Behrouz Boochani Apr 13
Lately been trying to portray himself as a loving and caring human,but in such hypocritical and fake manner. He’s an example of a populist politician in a liberal democratic system, and that’s where the danger for the Aus politics lies: popularizing the politics.
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Nyadol Nyuon Apr 14
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ASRC Apr 13
There are millions of refugees in the world. It is no longer a queue but a disaster and Australia must do its part.
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RAC Canberra Apr 13
This kind of violence and hate (  ) has been happening on this island for years but mainstream journos never make this link. We need to make this connection.
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Graham Thom Apr 13
Proud to stand with ⁦⁩ in Belmore Park Sydney at the rally for
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Nick McKim Apr 13
Hobart comes together to support refugees on Palm Sunday
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RefugeeAdvocacyNetwork Apr 13
Starting the Palm Sunday Walk in Melbourne
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ASRC Apr 13
Mr Morrison, Mr Shorten use different words: love, compassion, kindness, Australia. Our poetic and moral leader Richard Flanagan.
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ASRC Apr 13
So powerful marching with 1000s through Melbourne for
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Shamindan Apr 13
We are calling from every decent Australian & politician to attend the to show your solidarity. Raise your voice against the injustice. We do not yet met each other but you still show compassion because your commitment to the humanity.
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Behrouz Boochani Apr 13
Lately been trying to portray himself as a loving and caring human,but in such hypocritical and fake manner. He’s an example of a populist politician in a liberal democratic system, and that’s where the danger for the Aus politics lies: popularizing the politics.
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Natasha Fatah Apr 12
We speak with actor & activist about female activists detained in Iran, the lack of support for ordinary people, and how the world has turned away ما امروز با خانم نازنين بنيادى هنرپيشه و فعال حقوق بشر در مورد آخرين وقايع ايران صحبت كرديم.
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Behrouz Boochani Apr 13
Today a rally is happening across Australia to call out for an end to the barbaric policy of exiling asylum seekers. Please don’t be silent in this grand moment. This is not a protest for supporting the refugees only, but for the Aus people too, who are standing against this gov.
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Serkan Öztürk 🇦🇺 🇹🇷 🌏 💻 📰 Apr 13
A refugee who spent five torturous years on Manus Island only to be told by the Australian government that he was a ‘fake refugee’ has been murdered after being forced to return to Vietnam. More blood on the hands of Scott Morrison, Peter Dutton and Co.
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