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Ali K (MC AK) in the news

We present our much loved and admired Ali K (MC AK) in the news. As the School Captain at the Save the Children school (now closed), Ali brought peace, harmony and self expression to others through music. He is one of the rare, fortunate souls to go to Canada and get out of Nauru. Much… Continue reading Ali K (MC AK) in the news

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CNN Skype interviews

CNN’s Ivan Watson talks to child refugees at the Australian-backed refugee processing center on Nauru Island who say the facility is like a “prison”. CNN.COM http://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2016/01/27/nauru-child-detainees-pkg-watson-amanpour.cnn 158 shares Comments Anna Saxon Correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t think there were ever “tens of thousands” of asylum seekers coming in boats. And I… Continue reading CNN Skype interviews

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CNN have interviewed the children!

“An inquiry by the Australia government’s own human rights commission in 2014 concluded that “children on Nauru are suffering from extreme levels of physical, emotional, psychological and developmental distress.” The inquiry recommended all children and their families be removed from Nauru and settled in Australia within four weeks of the report”. http://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/27/asia/australia-nauru-children-detention/index.html 857 people like… Continue reading CNN have interviewed the children!

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Rememering when Save the Children left Nauru…

This is one of our first posts when we didn’t have so many likes. We want to share it with our new friends. https://www.facebook.com/Free-the-Children-NAURU-839867502797443/?fref=ts Lynette Muirhead I wrote a comment that has disappeared. My dear friends, do not give up on your struggle…stay strong…listen to the ocean and draw strength from it to roll forward…love… Continue reading Rememering when Save the Children left Nauru…

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Why Malcolm why?

All the images in this video were created by those in detention on Mauru, Manus Island and Indonesia. Here is the link to the video:¬†https://vimeo.com/148050457 People on the same boats ended up in very different places. Why can’t the people sent to Manus and Nauru come to Australia when other people who travelled with them… Continue reading Why Malcolm why?

Living conditions · Nauru hospital

More information on the Republic of Nauru (RON) Hospital

Compiled by one of the adult moderators Due to the many questions and comments on our video post showing the Republic of Nauru (RON) Hospital, we wanted to answer some of those questions and attempt to provide a more detailed explanation. 1. The footage that we have provided was taken in late 2015 and is… Continue reading More information on the Republic of Nauru (RON) Hospital

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Where will 7 pregnant women on Nauru give birth soon?

Peter Dutton talks on radio about the medical facilites that 7 pregnant women could access on Nauru in 2015. He does not say that a new hospital will be built with the $29,000,000 provided. he is decieving the Austrlaian public by suggesting that these women can access a refurbished hospital now, not when or if… Continue reading Where will 7 pregnant women on Nauru give birth soon?