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Let us be free or kill us now

Things are really bad! PLEASE HELP US We can not cope any longer. Let us be free or kill us now. 79 shares Comments Helen Fine THIS IS A NATIOAL DISGRACE. THIS IS HAPPENING IN OUR NAME Like  · Reply ·  8  · 5 August at 12:06 Manage Sheridan Roberts Send it to Turnbull’s face book page Like  · Reply ·  3… Continue reading Let us be free or kill us now

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There are still approximately 50 children living in tents on Nauru

Teachers are mandated to report abuse and neglect of children. There are still approximately 50 children living in mouldy plastic tents in extreme temperatures without airconditioning, in the inhumane camp on Nauru. The children are suffering physically and mentally after three years of this torture. I am a teacher and I have spent time in… Continue reading There are still approximately 50 children living in tents on Nauru

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ABC 4 Corners program 17th of October 2016

The refugee children indefinitely detained by Australia on Nauru speak out on ABC 4 Corners. https://www.facebook.com/abc4corners/videos/10154011130025954/ Grant Elliott Grant Elliott Can’t wait to see this. This is a scab that needs to be picked. Like · Reply · 13 October at 23:56 Grant Elliott Grant Elliott Tuesday will be the day. Like · Reply ·… Continue reading ABC 4 Corners program 17th of October 2016

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Nauru teachers speak out for children

The first of many teachers ready and waiting to speak out about the abhorrent conditions. https://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/aug/11/nauru-teachers-speak-out-for-children-we-dont-have-to-torture-them 265 shares Comments Wanda Keightley Give the teachers a purple heart each. 😔 Like · Reply · 9 · Yesterday at 06:56 · Edited Patricia Brooks I applaud you three teachers for coming forward to be voices for these… Continue reading Nauru teachers speak out for children

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The Nauru files: 2000 leaked reports

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/aug/10/the-nauru-files-2000-leaked-reports-reveal-scale-of-abuse-of-children-in-australian-offshore-detention?CMP=share_btn_fb 107 shares Comments Janine Gledhill Terrible, terrible, terrible. Shame on our country and our leaders. Words fail me and my heart bleeds. Unlike · Reply · 2 · 10 August at 09:29 Grahame Ward I hopethis brings down the Australian government Like · Reply · 3 · 10 August at 09:36 2 Replies Belinda… Continue reading The Nauru files: 2000 leaked reports

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Racist taunts help keep Nauru refugee kids out of school

Teacher Jason and Save the Children speak out! “Save the Children until last year, saw attendance rates of up to 90 per cent. The federal government closed that program, forcing the children to attend local schools” “Save The Children has called on the Turnbull government to urgently find resettlement options for refugees and asylum seekers… Continue reading Racist taunts help keep Nauru refugee kids out of school

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Bullying is one of the reasons that refugee children do not feel safe at school

Bullying is one of the reasons that refugee children do not feel safe at school. Bullying in Nauru can involve knives, but it’s all harmless child’s play, so we’ve been told by the authorities. That’s why this gorgeous 7 year old girl has not been to school in over 6 months. Listen to her voice.… Continue reading Bullying is one of the reasons that refugee children do not feel safe at school