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The Cheltenham Girls High School Prefects 2011/12 presents
The Concord Project – One Voice
April 19, 2013
Our moderator, speaks to SBS Radio about recent boat tragedy.
Australia helping Pakistan stop Hazara asylum seekers from leaving: report
Green Left TV brings you the words of a refugee, imprisoned by the Australian government on Nauru who is calling for freedom.
He explains about the hunger strike on Nauru and the conditions that the refugees face.
He also explains clearly that the Salvation Army restricted internet access to the refugees in response to their protest
Here is the YouTube version of the interview of the asylum seeker detained in Nauru.
An Asylum seeker detained in Nauru speaks to ABC Radio Australia’s presenter Laetitia Lemke about their dire and rigorous situation and commencement of hunger strike at the centre out of utmost trauma, despair and uncertainty of their fate.
Source: ABC Radio Australia
This video post is a humble effort in highlighting the miseries of Hazara asylum seekers and the reasons why they mournfully turn their back towards their very own ancestral land and abandon their families.
‘Freedom or Death’ (Documentary )revealing insides of one of the notorious chapter of Australia’s human rights history.
It is the inspiring story of Chaman Shah Nasiri, a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan, who acted as a representative for the detainees in Nauru. When claims for asylum were rejected following prolonged and indefinite incarceration, a group of detainees began a hunger strike in a final act of desperation. Their official statement was “freedom or death.”