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Greens position on asylum seekers explained

Leader of the Australian Greens Senator Christine Milne, Greens Immigration and Human Rights spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and Pamela Curr, campaign coordinator at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre held a press conference in Melbourne Thursday to launch a new video featuring Afghan refugee Najeeba Wazefadost. They commented on the Greens’ and the refugee sector’s push for safer pathways for refugees ahead of the Expert Panel handing down their recommendations next week, and called on the government to compromise on their…

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20 years: Far Too Long – Rally Against Mandatory Detention

On the 21st of April at 12pm, people from all walks of life will congregate in Johnstone Park (opposite Geelong train station) to protest Australia’s inhumane treatment of asylum seekers. Among the speakers will be Pamela Curr (Asylum Seeker Resource Centre), Alex Bhathal (The Greens), Sofia Viegas (Sacred Heart College) and a former detainee from Christmas Island Detention Centre. Marking the 20th anniversary of mandatory detention, the Refugee Advocacy Group will be holding a rally in Geelong to raise awareness…

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thanks to Judy Kuo for this image, please share, and join the rally on Sunday us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctdeyqpz4iG9WeoPU4pTQe_xTtM4TKm1cH more details here: fb.me/e/15Lj6DOvo ... See MoreSee Less
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A letter from the Catholic Bishop Conference of Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands asking for the refugees on Manus and Nauru to be resettled in Australia as the indefinite detention of asylum seekers is both unjustifiable and unacceptable.... ... See MoreSee Less
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