Days in detention

It is time to set the refugees free

The Age has written a great article about those on Manu and Nauru saying it is time Australia set them free. http://www.theage.com.au/comment/the-age-editorial/it-is-time-for-australia-to-set-the-refugees-free-20151227-glvflx.html   108 shares Comments Lesley Thomas Yes! Like · Reply · 2 · 29 December 2015 at 21:32 Jacinta Brooks I’m doing all I can to tell the world about this Facebook page.… Continue reading It is time to set the refugees free

Messages from the kids

3rd Christmas of our lives that we have been in detention

3rd Christmas of our lives that we have been in detention. That sentence means much deeper than what it seems, when we read it… 1…2…3 Christmases, 3 years… Let me count… 3 years means nearly 1000 days, It’s just too much , too many days… too many days to be free , to be happy… Continue reading 3rd Christmas of our lives that we have been in detention

Days in detention · Messages from the kids

The first Christmas of Asha’s life is in detention….

728 shares Comments Jess Midnight-Black frown emoticon Susan Talbot Bleechmore She should be free. Ann Taylor It is very sad. Margaret Blair Poor little lamb ! frown emoticon Megha Jolly I hope you are free soon precious babe Ren Pryosusilo xx Sarah Hayden So sorry sweet precious baby frown emoticon xxxx Kate Hughes I’m so… Continue reading The first Christmas of Asha’s life is in detention….

Messages from the kids

Thanks everyone for the beautiful pictures and your inspiring messages to our page

Thanks everyone for the beautiful pictures and your inspiring messages to our page. On Christmas day it is sad that we are still in the detention and there were no difference for us except one thing which last time Save the children did for us but this time in this eve Transfeild didn’t do anything… Continue reading Thanks everyone for the beautiful pictures and your inspiring messages to our page

Messages for the kids

Aussies, post some messages for the children and adults

Aussies, grab a pen, paper and phone and post some photo messages for the children and adults (they would love to see some teenagers). They may be quiet, but they are watching every message from kind Australians and people around the world sending well wishes. To all asylum seekers and refugees, today and every day… Continue reading Aussies, post some messages for the children and adults