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Behrouz Boochani
Author, journalist, Associate Professor at UNSW
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Behrouz Boochani Sep 20
‘White Australia’ Policy Lives On in Immigrant Detention
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Behrouz Boochani Sep 13
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 9
is a new and important NGO. The organisation was established by refugees and is also managed by them. Please support them, they are people with both expert knowledge and lived experience.
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 7
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 6
Replying to @ahampay @hrw @amnesty
منم به این خاطر شیرش کردم وگرنه این سازمان ها دچار بحران ذاتی هستند و آبی ازشون گرم نمیشه.
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 6
The question is not in you criticizing me or what democracy means. The problem is your reductive and racist language. That’s not the language used in a real democratic society.
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 6
absolutely you no have this right to tell me what should I do or say
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Behrouz Boochani Aug 6
Replying to @ahampay @hrw @amnesty
حقیقتش اصلا هیچ امیدی نیست که از طریق ساختارهایی با سیستم بروکراتیک همچون امنستی و یا یو ان اچ سی ار بتوان کاری پیش برد.فقط از راه هایی غیر از این سازمان ها می توان قدم هایی برداشت.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 31
Replying to @siavash17026212
این چیزی که شما میگید روایت رسمی ست, یعنی همان روایتی که باعث می شود که یک گروهبان به خودش اجازه دهد که جان آدم ها را بگیرد, پیشنهاد می کنم که تلاش کنید به شکل دیگری از روایت دست پیدا کنید. سعی کنید چندتا مقاله تحلیلی در این باره بخوانید.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 30
"کولبر نکشید", تا زمانی که این خواسته به مطالبه عمومی در سرتاسر ایران تبدیل نشود سخن گفتن از دموکراسی یا هر نوع همزیستی مسالمت آمیزی در آینده یک سخن گزاف است, خیلی گزاف
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 30
The Iranian regime is going to execute five young protesters. Once again the people of Iran are demanding support from the international community to help them prevent this atrocity.
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Imran Mfh Jul 26
Indefinite incarceration of refugees & asylum seekers was not, is not, & will never be a solution. It only makes innocent people suffer on multiple levels, destroying them internally, emotionally, & mentally. Sadly, people in power don’t seem to care.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 29
Replying to @JN_Joniad
For people who would like to know more about refugees in Indonesia you can follow
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 29
Replying to @BehrouzBoochani
There are at least 14000 refugees in Indonesia, stuck there for almost a decade. They are especially vulnerable during the pandemic. They have been protesting but their needs are constantly forgotten.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 29
is a Rohingya journalist and refugee stuck in Indonesia for 7 years. He has been writing about the plight of fellow refugees in there. His work has recently been published by Australian media too.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 25
Replying to @Benazhm
بله وبسایت داره
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 25
Replying to @ahampay
سلام آرش, بله اینستاگرام داره
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 24
Replying to @BehrouzBoochani
2: Gaining asylum in New Zealand is an important milestone in my life. My journey and work are about the marginalized and forgotten people everywhere. I would like to thank the Ngāi Tahu iwi and The University of Canterbury for their support in allowing me to continue my work.
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Behrouz Boochani Jul 24
1: I salute the people of New Zealand for rejecting the politics of hate & division. Australia’s asylum policies are harmful to both refugees & people of Australia, many of whom are ashamed of their government’s mistreatment of refugees & the stain left on their history.
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Behrouz Boochani retweeted
Shamindan Jul 24
Still the Aus Gvt continues to perpetuate the myth that the Refugees are a threat to Australia. This myth is repudiated by the fact that other countries continue to accept refugees from PNG Nauru. It is time for the Aus Gvt to accept New Zealand's offer.
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