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Even the LNP supporters think refugees should be taken to Australia

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/jun/29/majority-of-australians-say-refugees-who-arrive-by-boat-should-be-let-in-poll-finds?CMP=share_btn_link 69 shares Comments Bruce Powell Can someone explain to me how doctors can work in conditions where they are aware of widespread suffering and abuse…..and NOT say anything? Who are these doctors and how can we help them publicize this appalling situation. I know that they have to si…See more Like · Reply ·… Continue reading Even the LNP supporters think refugees should be taken to Australia

Australian Asylum seeker policy · Australian Election 2016 · Chasing Asylum · Messages from the kids · Nauru government · refugee advocates · Uncategorized

100 Days of peaceful protesting

100 Days of peaceful protesting. Erf wants to thank everyone for liking Free the Children Nauru face book page and fighting hard to free the Children (and adults on Nauru and Manus). Please don’t give up on us – we are not free! To the kind people we don’t know but are connected by our hearts… Continue reading 100 Days of peaceful protesting

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GetUp members having the conversations that could change the outcome of this election

http://field.getup.org.au/calling_from_home?t=80KxGu1Ep&utm_campaign=Do+we+feel+the+same+way%3F&utm_content=14525&utm_medium=email&utm_source=blast Make calls from home Join Catharine and hundreds of other GetUp members having the conversations that could change the outcome of this election. This election is on a knife-edge – every vote counts, so every conversation counts. And this last week could make a real different.Please sign up for as many volunteer shifts as… Continue reading GetUp members having the conversations that could change the outcome of this election

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Nearly 2 years ago, the teenagers on Nauru wrote a song

Nearly 2 years ago, the teenagers on Nauru wrote a song during their STAR Program Health lessons, when the Save the Children school was still operating. Recently the women and children on Nauru joined together and made a recording of the song for the Australian Mums 4 Refugees to sing in solidarity at their concert… Continue reading Nearly 2 years ago, the teenagers on Nauru wrote a song

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World Refugee Day from Nauru. Please let us come to Australia.

We ran from death, rape and torture. Only to be locked up on Nauru. We ask the women of Australia to please help and vote for us to be free women. 148 shares Comments Om Obaeda Om Obaeda الله يفرجا يارب عليكن See translation Like · Reply · 21 June at 05:13 Mary Blight Mary… Continue reading World Refugee Day from Nauru. Please let us come to Australia.

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The location and divisions of the dumping ground areas for 1167 traumatised human beings

Nauru is a tiny island 8sq miles or 21sq km. The island is 4km wide x 6km long. It is smaller than Melbourne airport. The pics show the location and divisions of the dumping ground areas for 1167 traumatised human beings. Asylum Seekers are kept in the highly restricted and heavily guarded areas that the… Continue reading The location and divisions of the dumping ground areas for 1167 traumatised human beings

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Where do the parties stand?

The issues of greatest concern to Getup members are: Environment, Social Justice, a Fairer Economy and Human Rights. If you don’t know which party supports your interests on these issues, then this brilliant tool is for you! Scroll down the page a little, click on your State, look for the highest number of orange stars… Continue reading Where do the parties stand?