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Amanda Perram Jun 18
"A former immigration official who helped run the federal government's offshore detention program has emerged as a director of security firm Paladin, which was awarded a $423 million contract on Manus Island in a closed tender process."
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Amanda Perram Jun 19
The Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants & the Special Rapporteur on torture & inhuman punishment made the call today from Geneva that the Aus Govt should immediately transfer refugees requiring urgent medical attention to Oz.
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Kon Karapanagiotidis Jun 18
The Government says Australians will lose out on medical help if refugees on and are brought here for treatment. Is that correct? The verdict: The claims made by Mr Morrison, Mr Dutton and Senator Cormann are baseless. via
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Margaret Hollingdale Jun 18
'The government faced further scrutiny in Senate Estimates given it is paying over $1600 a day to house each refugee on , not including food and welfare services, more than double the price of a suite at the Shangri-La hotel in Sydney.'
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Amanda Perram Jun 23
Curiouser and curiouser.... Former Immigration official Dermot Casey (who is now on Paladin's Board of Directors) helped Paladin win the $423 million contract in a closed tender process.
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Amanda Perram Jun 16
It is not just the contract that runs out on June 30..ALL the service providers contracts run out on that date too. Let's look at those controversial companies as well.....
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Michelle Bennett Jun 19
Yesterday we argued in court that the Australian Government could not block sick refugees requesting help for urgent medical care. The Court agreed.
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Shamindan Jun 18
Since the election there have been over 90 suicide attempts & incidents of self harm by more THAN 62 highly depressed men on It is getting worse, the men have lost hope and are falling one by one. The situation is out of control & needs to be stopped.
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Jenko Jun 17
Hang on, the monthly cost of security at is $20m and the estimated profit of is $17m per month. Where do I get a deal like that?
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Doha Debates 1h
"Our time, our lives, have been exchanged for political capital." Refugees flee their home because leaving is safer than staying — and sometimes they become targets of xenophobia. These refugees on Island have a powerful message for the world.
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💧🌱Shaz Harro 🌱💧#resist Jun 17
Two year old detainee denied birthdaycake
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Dawn Barrington Music Jun 21
DENMARK WA - Week 81 Never did I imagine that we would still be here holding our banners 18mths after we started. We will be here every week untill you fight for their freedom and end this disgusting policy
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Shamindan Jun 16
The New Zealand's long standing refugees settlement off is still on the table. It's a real durable solution for the refugees crisis on and
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Dawn Barrington Music Jun 19
WORLD REFUGEE DAY This refugee on has been driven to attempt suicide by the Aust Govt & its cruel policy on asylum seekers. you have to fight this now. Anything we say or do has fallen on deaf ears you have the power to change this
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Amanda Perram 13h
This is just unfathomable 😡😡 "An Indian man who tried to kill himself by setting fire to his room at a refugee camp in Papua New Guinea faces charges of arson and attempted suicide."
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grace pettigrew Jun 19
Peter Dutton idiotically claiming that court Medevac decision on refugees will be a pull factor for people smugglers, meanwhile tens of thousands of visa applicants arriving by plane thanks to people smugglers are roaming free in his own back yard
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Shamindan 17h
in crisis. Overflowing self harm and suicide attempts. Yet Australia denies the truth. No attempt at remedy. We leave our lives on your hand
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💧Suziekue 4h
Replying to @PamDubier @thehill
Yes, there is. Just ask the Australian Government. It incarcerates legitimate asylum seekers on and Islands in concentration camps, run by corporate vested interests sucking up government dollars by the billions. No interest in releasing people.
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Amanda Perram Jun 21
All of this for less than 900 refugees still left on Manus & Nauru "For Home Affairs & are the largest contracts ever entered into and account for 1 in every 4 dollars the Dept has contracted since early 2017" .
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Kon Karapanagiotidis Jun 16
Did you know there are ZERO refugees on convicted of a serious criminal offence. knows this is a FACT but he needs to keep Australians afraid of innocent human beings, how else can he justify such barbaric neglect of sick human beings in need of our protection.
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