An ‘army’ of Aussie citizens takes a stand against modern-day ‘concentration camps’

 

During World War Two, people across Europe risked their lives to offer sanctuary to refugees escaping from the Nazis. And today, amid another refugee crisis, citizens are once again coming together to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable people. In Australia, men, women and children are being forced back to the notorious Nauru and Manus Island refugee detention centres (which some critics have called “concentration camps”). But a whole ‘army’ of citizens is now mobilising to stop this, with the backing of international law.

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