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Writings and illustrations from refugee detention camps in Australia

Writings and illustrations from refugee detention camps in Australia

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Disconnected and desperate: How Australia keeps refugees in tech limbo

Child refugees detained on Nauru talk to CNN

Refugees protest at the Manus Island prison camp in Papua New Guinea [ Refugee Action Coalition

Zana Fraillon on writing about refugee children: 'Their resilience keeps hope alive'

The children are being held on Nauru while their families' claims for asylum

Why Australia's detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island are still open

All refugee children to be removed from Nauru by year's end, Brandis confirms

This pictures shows a disturbing image of a person holding a knife that's dripping with blood

Australia to move child refugees on Nauru to the US

Agence France-Presse

Manus Island: Inside Australia's refugee camp - BBC News

Picture drawn by children detained on Christmas Island, given to the Australian Human Rights Commission as part of the National Inquiry into Children in ...

Offshore and off limits: Australia's refugee centres | Australia | Al Jazeera

Diary of disaster: the last days inside Manus Island detention centre | Behrouz Boochani | Opinion | The Guardian

At the end of 2015, 537 people were being held in the Nauru detention center

Writings and illustrations from refugee detention camps in Australia, edited by Tom Keneally and Rosie Scott.

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Australia's Unfair and Inhumane Refugee Policies

Writer Behrouz Boochani sent passages for his book largely by text message.

Infographic: Australia's detention centre in Manus

Self-harm and suicide worsening under Australian detention regime, report finds

Critics warn of a humanitarian crisis for 600 asylum-seekers in an offshore Australian detention camp

In this July 17, 2018, photo provided by Aziz Abdul, a man standing

Men occupy the closed Manus Island immigration detention centre in Papua New Guinea. Photograph:

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This cartoon by Eaten Fish is playing off the name of the Australian-funded offshore

How asylum seeker published book from Manus Island refugee camp.

A rally against the treatment of asylum seekers in offshore detention centres in Nauru and Manus

What is happening on Nauru should shock the conscience of every Australian

The Bone Sparrow

Asylum seekers from the Tampa and Aceng arrive at Nauru back in 2001.

'The Strong Sunflower' book launch

The human cost of Australia's offshore detention centres, where freedom does not equal opportunity | South China Morning Post

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A man is helped after collapsing from stress as asylum-seekers refuse to leave the

Wartime internment camps in Australia. Cover of An Illustrated Diary of Australian ...

Abbas Alaboudi's work, "What Would You Do, Peter Dutton?" Alaboudi is

Drawing by migrant child in a detention centre which features in the Human Rights Commission report Image copyright Australian ...

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It is the Australian government who deported our community members to torture camps in Manus/Nauru. Bring back EXILED Refugees & Asylum Seekers HELD HOSTAGE ...

Australia has detained this Iranian refugee for years. Now, his 'courageous' cartoons shine a light on inhumane treatment.

'That's Just Insane': Australia's Secret Deal to Take In Rwandan Guerrillas From the U.S.

Manus and Nauru

Detainees walk around the compound inside the Manus Island detention centre in Papua New Guinea.

A six-year-old entitles his drawing as 'jail in Australia'

Refugees struggle to get treatment despite repeated efforts to speak to medical personnel

His highly politicized cartoons condemned the Australian government and highlighted the pervasive corruption, sexual harassment, and mistreatment of inmates ...

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Detained, Then Violated

Nauru is home to one of two offshore detention centres where Australia has been sending refugees

Behrouz Boochani sits under a tree on Manus Island

Poster, 'Australia: Land of Tomorrow', ...

Detained refugee wins top Australian literature prize for book written on his phone

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Disconnected and desperate: How Australia keeps refugees in tech limbo - CNET

July 8, 2018 ...

'I was locked inside a steel cage': Peter Humphrey on his life inside a Chinese prison

The human cost of Australia's offshore detention centres, where freedom does not equal opportunity | South China Morning Post

Donald Trump Is Still Setting Up Concentration Camps on American Soil

A refugee boat smashes against the rocks of Christmas Island, an Australian territory.AP

From Nothing to Zero: Letters from Refugees in Australia's Detention Centres by Janet Austin

Sam Wallman illustration in "Where Do I Belong?

Iranian refugee's film shot on mobile phone shows life inside Manus Island detention centre

Image by Farhad Bandesh.

Is racism behind Australia's shameful treatment of refugees?

The investigation into the “Unwanted Australians”, based on previously classified material held by the National Archives of Australia, has found that the ...

The incident report attached to this work reads, in part: "REDACTED saw them

On average, detainees spend 445 days in detention facilities while their claims are processed,

Accommodation in a refugee camp on Nauru (click to enlarge)

Australia sends asylum seekers who arrive by boat to camps on Manus Island or Nauru [AFP]

Material from the "Save Eaten Fish" campaign and petition. (image courtesy of

A satellite image of the island of Nauru in the South Pacific, the world's smallest

Please share these words until it gets to parliament and prime minister of Australia ... Please read it and then think about it and share it.

Emigration pamphlet circa 1858: 'Practical Hints for Emigrants to our Australian Colonies'.

Map shows Australian detentions centres on Manus Island and Nauru-nc

Illustration: Matt Golding

On Tuesday 22 May, a Rohingya refugee and father of three, named Salim was killed on Manus Island. He is the 7th death in Australian custody on the island ...

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Australian Refugee Action Network

Drawings on a school desk at Port Hedland, June 2002.

How Australia built a wall (and paid for it)

A cartoon by Eaten Fish (aka Ali Dorani), drawn while he was detained at Manus Island. Source: Facebook. Published with permission

The Australian Financial Review has revealed that the federal Coalition government awarded a $423 million security and cleaning contract for three Manus ...

A cartoon by Iranian detainee Eaten Fish (pen name) who has been detained who has been detained on Papua New Guinea for more than four years.

His highly politicized cartoons condemned the Australian government and highlighted the pervasive corruption, sexual harassment, and mistreatment of inmates ...

Thematic Guides - Internment Camps in Canada during the First and Second World Wars

Figure depicted reaching out for help in silhouette of Australia. Hands reach towards them.

In London, emigrate to Australia sign is in the foreground, and people walk in

Alcatraz Down Under

Protests outside Nauru detention centre

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