"The reality is that no one is observing the situation in Manus and
Nauru, no one considers our fate, no one is waiting to see when we are
freed, no one is looking to see where we will be settled," writes
Journalist and refugee in Manus, Behrouz
Boochani, in this article in The Guardian on 2 July.
Boochani analyses the reason for the “Stop the Boats” policy in
operation for the past six years and supported, for various reasons, by
both major political parties. Human rights doesn’t feature in this
policy nor is there any genuine attempt to contribute positively to the
Refugee crisis in our world.