You still have power … despite the politicians that now sit in parliament

Our previous post encouraged Australians to vote for 'the things that matter' – for values, for a legacy that will inform a more inclusive future for the global community, …. And many of you did that. Many voted too it seems to demonstrate dissatisfaction with the major parties. And many voted because they trust what they …

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Last Children off Nauru … credit where credit’s due

The Australian government has just indicated that the final four children who had been left on Nauru have been accepted for resettlement in the US with their families. Good news? Probably more relief that at least one vulnerable group is soon to be no longer subjected to a punishment they never deserved. It is always …

WHY Dutton Must Go

There's certainly plenty in the news about immigration at the moment. But, despite the hopes of many that the current Minister for Home Affairs will be removed from his position of influence, there is something jarring about the possibility that it could come down to an accusation from his former Border Force Commissioner about misleading …

7 year old’s living nightmare … Nauru

Ahoora is 7 years old. He and his family, every one of whom has been recognised as a refugee, have been detained on Nauru for more than 5 years. Ahoora regularly has fevers and breaks out in rashes. He wets himself as a reaction to the threat of violence from older children and, because of …

New Minister for Immigration – time for a change in policy as well as personnel

It's no surprise that Peter Dutton today placed his personal ambition ahead of his responsibilities to the mega-ministerial role he orchestrated for himself. Perhaps some politicians lobby for a portfolio that covers immigration, national security, law enforcement, emergency management, transport security and border control because they feel they have much to offer the Australia population in …