37 baby cribs were placed on Bondi Beach in powerful message in support of asylum seekers
A campaign to stop asylum seekers in Australia from being sent to offshore detention has found its way onto one of the country’s most famous beaches.
Thirty-seven cribs were laid out on Bondi Beach on Friday morning, part of a peaceful protest organised by local and founder of community group Think Act Change, Avis Mulhall
The Australian government’s decision to move 267 asylum seekers, 37 of these babies, to detention centres on the island of Nauru has been met with fierce opposition by the #LetThemStay campaign. Supporters have called on authorities to stop the relocation of these people, many of which have mental or medical issues. Read more…