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Nov 25, 2021 • 17m 55s

Inside Australia’s most dangerous hotel

As Australia wraps up its hotel quarantine program, one group of people remain confined in hotel rooms indefinitely: people seeking asylum. A recent outbreak of Covid 19 at a hotel detention facility in Carlton has raised serious questions regarding the safety and treatment of those inside. Today, Elle Marsh on who is responsible for protecting the detainees, and why the government should have seen this outbreak coming.

Mar 2, 2021 • 14m 57s

A refugee prison in Carlton

Across Australia more than one hundred asylum seekers are being detained in hotel rooms. This is the story of two friends - one who the government released, and the other who is still arbitrarily detained.

Jan 23, 2021 • 14m 41s

Highlight: ‘In my new home, I am loved.’

After five years on Manus Island, Imran Mohammad was resettled in Chicago. But the coronavirus shutdown has brought back memories of detention and isolation.

Jun 23, 2020 • 15m 53s

The last family on Nauru

After almost a decade in detention, Mustafa and Salah are the only family left on Nauru. This is the story of their wait.

May 25, 2020 • 15m 47s

‘In my new home, I am loved.’

After five years on Manus Island, Imran Mohammad was resettled in Chicago. But the coronavirus shutdown has brought back memories of detention and isolation.

Dec 6, 2019 • 16m06s

Jacqui Lambie’s secret deal

Jacqui Lambie says she has a deal with the government to repeal medevac. She won’t say what it is, and the government says it never existed.

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