Australia condemned for trying to make asylum seekers ‘homeless and destitute’

(Click on the title to read the original article)


– Uncle Albert Holt says:

It’s all about maintaining human dignity and this is not the way to go about it.

– Everald Compton says:

Australia’s treatment of Asylum seekers is appalling. I cannot understand the inhumanity that we practice and that we do so in defiance of international law.

The camps at Nauru and Manus are hell holes of which we should be ashamed. There are 50 million refugees and displaced persons in the world.

We can carefully select those who will fit in best with the Australian scene and help them become citizens of quality.


By Uncle Albert Holt and Everald Compton

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

your opinions matter to us

The Goondeen Institute have developed this website for teachers, and we endeavour to make this the easiest and most rewarding experience for all of our users. Please leave us your details and we can keep in touch to learn more about what works best for you and your colleagues.

Make a booking


As part of your current subscription, you do not have access to this resource. Please contact us at if you would like to adjust your subscription.

Login to your account

Your Cart