A whistleblower's account of life inside the detention centre on Nauru.
“I honestly believe this is a chapter in our history we will look back on in shame, just like the White Australia policy and our treatment of Indigenous people. The people being detained on Nauru are mostly intelligent, resourceful and compassionate people and we, as a country would be incredibly lucky to have them" ... See MoreSee Less
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Ferrovial’s complicity in the abuses on Nauru and Manus has been described as “incredibly cut-and-dried under international law."
"There is no shadow of a doubt that gross human rights violations are occurring, no shadow of a doubt that Ferrovial is complicit." No Business in Abuse (NBIA) executive director, Shen Narayanasamy has said. ... See MoreSee Less
Listen to the story of Aran Mylvaganam, founder of the Tamil Refugee Council in Australia, which he shared with Refugee Radio. Aran speaks about the hardships faced by Tamil asylum seekers and refugees in detention and living in the community, the stress placed upon them by bridging visas, and the dangers that faced them if ever they were forced to return to Sri Lanka. #refugeestories