Australian govt ‘shouldn’t pick which detention centres are scrutinised’

Manus Island refugees protest at West Lorengau Haus. Photo: supplied

The Human Rights Commission of Australia has been told the government should not be allowed to pick and choose what detention facilities can be scrutinised under a UN anti-torture treaty. The Human Rights Law Centre has made a submission saying that the independent commission should decide what places of detention are inspected. The Australian government […]

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