What future is there for free speech?
What faith can we have in peaceful protest?
Considering what this skilful and determined writer/journalist has been doing in recent days, those who know the law would probably credit him with educating, informing and advancing the cause of human rights. If those are criminal acts, what hope is there for our world?
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The Australian government is responsible despite what the Prime Minister might be saying. The most recent statement from the UNHCR has affirmed that in unequivocal remarks from Nai Jit Lam, UNHCR’s deputy regional representative in Canberra, during a briefing to the UN Palais des Nations in Geneva from Manus Island:
“It is vital that Australia take responsibility and play an active role in achieving solutions for all the people Australia forcibly transferred to Papua New Guinea. …This is a man-made and entirely preventable humanitarian crisis. It is a damning indictment of a policy meant to avoid Australia’s international obligations.”
To speak out …