Child asylum seekers' rights on Nauru 'systematically violated', inquiry told - Oliver Laughland for theguardian

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Anonymous Save the Children workers submit to inquiry 53-page document which includes details of shocking case studies.

Forensic evidence of the “systematic violation” of child asylum seekers’ human rights on Nauru has emerged in a compelling 53-page document written by a group of anonymous Save the Children workers on Nauru and submitted to the national inquiry into children in immigration detention.

The submission is publicly available to download on the Australian Human Rights Commission website, and states: “We believe that the children [on Nauru] have been subjected to multiple violations of their human rights and wrongdoing from multiple parties.”

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