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#BringThemHere 

Around 600 Men remain on Manus. Food and water have been cut off, medical services leave tomorrow, Oct 31.

Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea will not force people to leave while locals do not want them transferred to a facility in PNG.

PNG is calling for Australia to find a solution. Yet our government remains silent.  

The UN has called the shutdown of Manus detention centre a  looming humanitarian disaster with the threat of violence and forced transfer of detainees. 

Listen to refugee Amir Tagnina's powerful message to the Australian community.

Around 2000 people are stranded in offshore detention, 100s of men, women and children in dire need of medical treatment, without adequate healthcare. Cases of women suffering from discrimination and violence on Nauru have been hard at UN CEDAW. 

Call our leaders and tell them break their silence to make a statement on #EvacuateNow and #BringThemHere 

#FairProcess and the right to work 

Minister Dutton's Fast Track process has placed 7000 people who have applied for protection at risk of losing the right to work, income support and access to medicare. 

And 71 people who have missed the October 1 deadline face re-detention, deportation, loss of income support, medicare and the right to work. 

Another 290 people brought here from Manus and Nauru for medical care are being put on a Final Departure Bridging Visa E and cut off from income support with no right to work.

People are being forced into dependency and hopelessness.

Humanitarian obligations 

 In our own backyard 600,000 Rohingya people are fleeing genocide in Myanmar while Australia stands by. 

 

People seeking asylum deserve fairness, dignity and respect.

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Call Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull 

Community power is strong enough to change the policy, for good.


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