February 2014
Green Left Weekly;2/26/2014, Issue 998, p24
The article focuses on the consequences of inhumane policies by Coalition and Labor governments on asylum seekers of Manus Island, Papua New Guinea as of February 2014. Topics include reintroduction of offshore refugee detention on Manus Island by Labor government in 2012, role of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and immigration minister Scott Morrison to dump asylum seekers in military barracks on the island and views of a refugee Azita Bokan on inhuman policies.


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