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The Forgotten Children Report (2/17/2015) - What was reported on children in detention that has gotten human rights groups in an outrage? Uncover the truth here: https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/asylum-seekers-and-refugees/publications/forgotten-children-national-inquiry-children
Rare footage from inside Manus Island detention centre reveals desperation – video (1/14/2015) - This video has been embeded from Manus Island Hunger Strike – Video
http://www.abc.net.au/news/image/5985272-3x2-340x227.jpg FEDERAL CABINET RESHUFFLE (1/4/2015) - Cabinet reshuffle: Tony Abbott’s new frontbench team sworn in | ABC News The following has been adapted from the above article. Peter Dutton becomes the Minister for Immigration Susan Ley becomes the Minister for Health and Sport Arthur Sinodinos resigned from Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg takes over as Assistant Treasurer Scott Morrison becomes the Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews ...
CHILDREN CALL AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION ‘HELL’ (3/25/2014) - March 24, 2014, 3:06 pm Sydney (AFP) – Children held in immigration detention in Australia have described conditions as “hell” with a human rights inquiry Monday detailing many banging their heads, biting themselves and wetting their beds. The Australian Human Rights Commission gained access to Australia’s main detention centre for asylum-seekers on Christmas Island as part of its National Inquiry ...
SAM DASTYARI LASHES PARTY’S ASYLUM SEEKER POLICY (3/25/2014) - James Massola March 22, 2014 NSW Labor powerbroker Sam Dastyari has lashed his own party’s asylum seeker policies and predicted Australians will one day be as embarrassed by offshore processing as they now are by the White Australia Policy. In a hard-hitting speech that creates a political headache for Labor leader Bill Shorten, Senator Dastyari calls for renewed debate in ...
ABBOTT SACKS ASYLUM SEEKER HEALTH ADVISORS (3/20/2014) -   Stephanie Wood Published: December 16, 2013 Р9:09AM The Abbott government has disbanded a key group that provided advice on the health of asylum seekers in detention, as research reveals psychiatric problems Рsuch as self-harm Рare the most common reasons for the large number of detainee visits to hospital emergency departments. Members of the Immigration Health Advisory ...
REFUGEE ADVOCATES WARN OF MENTAL HEALTH RISKS FOR UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN SENT TO NAURU (3/20/2014) - ABC NEWS STORY By Felicity Ogilvie, staff Posted¬†Mon 17 Feb 2014, 3:50pm AEDT (AAP Image: Department of Immigration) Refugee advocates say the Government’s decision to send 10 unaccompanied children to a detention centre on Nauru has put the children at serious risk of mental health issues. Advocates from Save the Children, the charity employed to look after the children, say ...
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