Papua New Guinea: Until When? The forgotten men on Manus Island
Over 600 men remain indefinitely trapped on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, as a result of Australia’s system of ‘offshore processing’ for refugees. Many of these men have been stuck on the island for years in deteriorating conditions. This joint briefing with the Refugee Council of Australia paints a stark picture of a traumatized refugee population which has been hit hard by Australia’s recent healthcare and counselling service cuts, as well as continued threats to their safety.
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