Doctors silenced over Australia’s immigration centres

The Lancet, Volume 386, No. 10007, p1932, 14 November 2015
Author: Chris McCall
“A new law potentially threatens health workers with jail if they reveal too much about what really goes on inside Australia’s immigration detention centres. Chris McCall reports.  Nurse Marianne Evers lasted 3 weeks when she went to work in the Pacific island nation of Nauru. It sounded like a dream nursing job, but in revelations that subsequently made headlines, Evers described suicides, fights, beatings, and lack of proper toilet facilities at a centre holding would-be immigrants to Australia that Australia had kept out. She calls the place a “concentration camp”.”
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