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Such A Human #Nauru 6h
"They act and put themselves on fire to die, they pretend have cancer , kids were acting while they were in hunger strike , offshore islands have a proper medical care with suitable facilities and materials" We have to believe the government, don't we !
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Madeline Gleeson Oct 21
My latest article, out now in the International Journal of Refugee Law, identifies protection deficits in the formal legal and diplomatic arrangements between and for processing
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Marilyn Shepherd Oct 21
(From last week: Australia has spent on offshore processing more than $5 million for each person sent to and . To be exact, the figure is $5,129,849.31 for each of 3119 people.)
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💧🌏🏳️‍🌈Jenny Frecklington-Jones; #HowDareYou Oct 19
So this young Dr killed by the State did not rate a mention on this morning? I see. via
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Dawn Barrington Music 5h
I just want to remind you all that most of the refugees that were sent to and 7 yrs ago were not sick.... WE DO NEED MEDIVAC!
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💧Bee🐝 Oct 16
Do you want Australia's law repealed? 🐝 Ping
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Patricia Rutherford Oct 21
$30 million squandered so can persecute the family. He & may be a bit more judicious if $30million was coming out of their own pockets rather than this nightmare being funded by taxpayers. This waste is replicated in & & more.
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Amanda Perram Oct 20
"If Australia repeals the Bill by mustering enough votes in the Australian Senate, it must accept full responsibility for the deaths of these men." Fr Giorgio Licini 'Medevac Bill a matter of life or death'
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💧🌏🏳️‍🌈Jenny Frecklington-Jones; #HowDareYou 6h
It's the Government's deliberate torture of these people that is destroying their health. End the torture; bring them all here for treatment; set them free; apologise; provide redress for unlawful imprisonment and suffering.
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Human Rights Measurement Initiative Oct 20
We're looking for several Pacific HRMI Ambassadors right now, including for: 🇵🇬PNG 🇸🇧Solomon Islands 🇳🇷Nauru 🇵🇫French Polynesia Tag a human rights friend or colleague if you think they'd be great at this!
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gmothers_adrc Oct 17
Grandmothers from the electorate of Kooyong reminding Josh Frydenberg that there are still families languishing on , men locked up in Port Moresby and that the Bill should not be repealed.
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Amanda Perram Oct 20
Just saw Against Our Oath – the documentary exposing the inside story of the Bill and the ethical conflict that has erupted for Drs as the Govt overrides their clinical decisions made for refugee patients. Harrowing but a must see 💔
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RAR.Australia 21h
URGENT VIGIL planned the night before the bill to show support and pressure parliament. Sunday 10th November Canberra. Details below. PLEASE SHARE! Together we can influence change
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AsianDevelopmentBank Oct 20
Construction Begins for 's First International Port, Supported by ADB
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yarekidsindetention? Oct 19
October 19th, 2019. Dear Diary, I cannot yet rest, not while Australia is okay with refugees being imprisoned, neglected, threatened, abused, sexually assaulted, beaten, stabbed and murdered in our name. Not until they're safe.
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Duchess Frida Oct 17
Replying to @shanebazzi
I really hate this cruelty. What will it take for those responsible for this mental and physical torture, to put an end to the suffering of these poor people? Why can’t this be stopped? RIP Mirwais
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🍌Noisy (Not Hardworking) Australian 🍍 5h
There is way too much secrecy and Dutton has gone too far imo with and and
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Amanda Perram Oct 18
This is a must read "So please just remember, perpetrators were for the most part ordinary people. People like you and me... People that were capable of the most evil and monstrous things."
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Billy’s Conservation Journey 22h
I’ve spent the last 3 days in the smallest and least visited country in the world, . I think this picture sums up their sad situation and battle with dealing with the resource curse nicely. A maze of 3m pinnacles in front of a refugee camp which holds up their economy.
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Pam Mars 4h
& The refugees still held in offshore detention are NOT the threat....
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