Australia's approach to asylum seekers

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This week the Australian Human Rights Commission released its report on Australia’s approach to asylum seekers.

The report shows a significant gap between Australia’s human rights obligations under international law and our current treatment of asylum seekers and refugees. The issue of Australia’s actions towards refugees is a very significant human rights issue and one that our community needs to take very seriously.

How our society treats asylum seekers reflects on all of us and we each have a responsibility to be as informed as possible on this issue. 

Click on the link below to read the full report. Please take the time to have a look at it.

Asylum seekers, refugees and human rights: Snapshot Report 2013

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