Rapes and fears for safety on Nauru uncovered by independent Moss review - Ben Doherty and Paul Farrell for theguardian

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Report by former integrity commissioner Philip Moss also found no information to support claims that Save the Children workers encouraged asylum seekers to protest or self-harm.

At least two women have reported being raped, others have been forced to expose their bodies in exchange for access to showers, an independent report on immigration detention conditions on Nauru has found.

In an 86-page report, released suddenly on Friday afternoon, the former integrity commissioner Philip Moss also found “no information which substantiates” claims that Save the Children workers on Nauru encouraged protests or acts of self-harm.

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