Human Rights Watch reported that migrants spend an average of 689 days in Australia in the world’s longest detention centres.
In a report, the organization called it “brutal and illegal policy against immigrants” in Australia. son He pointed out that the average length of detention in Australia is much longer than in countries such as the United States and Canada, 55 days and 14 days respectively.
Noting that Australian authorities had detained 117 people for five years or more, and 8 remained in detention for more than 10 years, he said, “Alternatives to community-based detention have been used successfully in countries across Europe. The alternatives have not only proven more humane than detention, but rather have immigration enforcement goals.” has proven effective in achieving lower cost.”
“The world is tennis star Novak Djokovic,” said Elaine Pearson, director of Human Rights Watch in Australia.in She learned of Australia’s harsh approach to refugees and asylum seekers during the immigrants’ confrontation with the detention system,” he said, “emphasizing that it is a crime to detain people solely because of their immigration status. harmful, costly and fruitless.” effective in deterring immigration. The Australian government must stop punishing those fleeing violence and other forms of injustice and offer alternatives to detention.”
Source: “Human Rights Watch”
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