Amnesty International warns off companies from taking up ‘toxic’ refugee detention contracts

A multinational corporation has raked in millions of dollars via a contract with the Australian government for the management of its offshore refugee detention facilities. But a damning report by Amnesty International makes it clear that the contract, which expires in October, is a “toxic baton”. And there could even be arrests of that multinational’s CEO.

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1 Response to Amnesty International warns off companies from taking up ‘toxic’ refugee detention contracts

  1. daveyone1 says:

    Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.

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