No Mandate 4 Refugee Racism: Bring Them Here, Free Priya & Nades

FRIDAY MAY 24, 5:30PM, STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA

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Snap Rally:
No Mandate for Refugee Racism – Bring the Refugees Here
Free Priya, Nades & Family

The return of the Morrison government is bad news for refugees.

Priya, Nades and their family now face imminent deportation, and the possibility of immediately getting 150 refugees off Manus and Nauru to NZ is off the table.

But there is no mandate for the refugee cruelty that has marked the last six years of Coalition rule. Refugees barely featured in the election campaign, Morrison has no mandate of his own. He has no mandate for indefinite detention, and no mandate for deportations to danger.

Morrison’s election is a setback but we know that this is a government that can be fought. Morrison was forced against his wishes to get kids of Nauru. That was won together in solidarity with the struggles of refugees themselves, by refusing to be silent, by being active on the streets, and in our workplaces and campuses. Join us this Friday to redouble our efforts to Free Priya, Nades & Family, to Close Manus and Nauru, and Bring the Refugees Here.

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Palm Sunday Speeches

Below are the links to videos from the Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees:

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Behrouz Boochani – Message to Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugee

Behrouz Boochanie speaks to Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees rally about the role of Australian politicians in the violence on Manus and Nauru, and the the terror attack in Christchurch, NZ.

Posted by Refugee Action Collective (Victoria) on Sunday, 14 April 2019

ACTU president Michele O'Niel speaks Walk for Justice for Refugees

Fantastic speech by ACTU president Michele O’Niel talking about the need to change the rules for refugees:“We believe that Australian working people should be more afraid of billionares on yachts that a few hundred people seeking asylum on boats”

Posted by Refugee Action Collective (Victoria) on Monday, 15 April 2019

 

Lavanya Thavaraja – Tamil Refugee Council speaks out at Walk for Justice for Refugees

Lavanya Thavaraja from the Tamil Refugee Council speaks movingly about the plight of Tamil refugees, and how it affects all of us. She talks about Rajan, ten years in detention now with cancer, and the two Australian born children who have spent 40 months in detention.She calls to kick out the brutal Morrison government and to close all of the denetion centres.

Posted by Refugee Action Collective (Victoria) on Monday, 15 April 2019

Richard Flanagan

Posted by Walk for Justice for Refugees – Palm Sunday on Sunday, 14 April 2019

David Manne

Posted by Walk for Justice for Refugees – Palm Sunday on Sunday, 14 April 2019

Nyadol Nyon

Posted by Walk for Justice for Refugees – Palm Sunday on Sunday, 14 April 2019

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