Australian government breaking international law in its xenophobic immigration policies
This film shows first-hand the conditions and treatment of people, including children, being kept in indefinite detention for doing nothing wrong or illegal. All refugees have the right to seek asylum in any signatory country to the 1951 Convention on Refugees, yet Australia breaks the law, and denies these people their human rights, purely to set an "example" to others who might want to try to come to Australia by sea.
Journalists are banned from these detention camps, and seeing this film, you know why! When people see how these refugees are being abused, they will feel sickened and furious. This film is not melodramatic, or biased: it presents what is happening clearly and honestly, and shows the depths that governments will go to to try to win votes.
Anyone who thinks they are a human being should see this film!
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