Nauru Camp a human rights catastrophe with no end in sight
Amnesty International has found a toxic mix of uncertainty, unlawful detention and inhumane conditions creating an increasingly volatile situation on Nauru, with the Australian Government spectacularly failing in its duty of care to asylum seekers. The organization is also gravely concerned by the Coalition’s proposal to cut the increased humanitarian intake. In this document the organization maintains that the transfer of asylum seekers from Australia to Nauru contravenes international law as it acts as a punishment for seeking asylum by boat.
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