“I would not be able to see my friends in Australia, and people who I now call my family members.” Amir Taghinia describes the time he spent detained on Manus Island as "five years of torture and trauma".
Truth bomb or not, the Department of Home Affairs isn’t showing much inclination to listen to the suggestion from one of its former operatives. Shaun Hanns is a former public servant who worked until in
All remaining refugees on Manus Island can relocate to Port Moresby, the Papua New Guinean government has said, offering to continue providing accommodation and health services in the capital city. According
An official from the Department of Home Affairs who quit his job in the refugee processing area to argue publicly for an overhaul of Australia’s border protection regime has warned abandoning the medevac
Behrouz Boochani is one of Australia’s most-celebrated contemporary writers. Last week, the Kurdish-Iranian journalist won a A$25,000 (£14,000) national biography award for No Friend but the Mountains,
The Kurdish Iranian writer Behrouz Boochani has continued his sweep of the Australian literary prize landscape, winning the $25,000 National Biography award on Monday – yet another award the refugee was
Asylum Seekers In Papua New Guinea Will Have To Give Up Phones As They’re Forced Into New Holding Cells
Asylum seekers previously held by the Australian government on Manus Island are being moved to a new detention centre and told they will not be able to leave their rooms, according to refugee advocates.
Papua New Guinea’s immigration department has moved dozens of asylum seekers to a Port Moresby prison complex. The men, who have all been deemed non-refugees, were being moved on Monday to the Bomana Centre,