Yesterday yet another young asylum seeker attempted suicide at Darwin Airport Lodge, as did a child, two weeks ago. Suicide attempts and self-harm are rife in Australia’s detention facilities as people grow anxious about being sent to Nauru and Manus Island.
Detention facilities are bursting at the seams with families, children and heavily pregnant mothers […]
The mass hunger strike on Nauru has entered its second day, still with around 290 people not eating.
One Iranian man has been on hunger strike for 22 days.
Three of the hunger strikers have become weak and are too dizzy to stand. One of them, an Afghan man, was taken to hospital around 2.00pm […]
The Nauru Hell and the Modern Period
Is it the era of technology or imprisonment?
in the present time of technology and communication that human are living .
Men struggle even to reach the galaxies,but there are some people who live in the prison without any sin and crime.
These sinless and crimeless […]
Disturbing information is coming from Christmas Island. Staff are reporting that women and children will be among those flown to Manus Island next week at a rate of 120 per week. The PNG transfers are to commence using AFP officers with Serco are then going to take over that role. Serco have ‘recruited from the […]
Asylum seekers recently transferred to Nauru held a peaceful, but very vocal, protest yesterday (Sunday) afternoon to coincide with a rally in Sydney against off-shore processing.
A call from Nauru to the rally said, “Everyone in the camp are in the protest – it is a peaceful protest. We are Iraqi, Iranian, Afghan and
Around a hundred refugee rights supporters rallied in the streets of Perth against the Governments introduction of offshore processing which will involve the dumping of thousands of asylum seeker men, women and children at incomplete detention centres on the remote islands of Nauru and Manus.
Protests were also held in other capital cities around Australia […]
The Refugee Action Coalition (RAC) has condemned the return of 18 Tamils to Sri Lanka on Saturday morning and called on the government to disclose the exact conditions in which they were returned.
“The government has billed the returns as voluntary,” said Ian Rintoul, speaking on behalf of RAC. “But there is good […]
AAP September 28, 201211:12AM The first group of asylum seekers have been transferred from Christmas Island to Nauru, as part cialis order of new offshore processing arrangements. Nauru reopens for asylum seekers
The transfer of asylum seekers to Nauru will be the first since Labor abolished offshore processing in 2008.
More Sri Lankan asylum […]
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