Anti Deportation Non Violent Direct Action Training

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Anti Deportation Non Violent Direct Action Training
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On the 3rd of February, the Australian High Court rejected a challenge to the legal legitimacy of offshore detention. With the removal of this legal barrier, there is a threat that the government will try to force 267 refugees, including 80 children and 37 babies, back to detention on Nauru, Manus Island, or Christmas Island where they face indefinite detention, risk of sexual and physical violence, and lack of access to necessary medical resources.

We need to get ready to try to stop these forced transfers. These transfers may happen in the next few days or over the coming weeks/months. We need to be ready to act at short notice. Deportations can happen at any time, and may happen late at night or early in the morning.

On the day we will cover all aspects of NVDA, What it is, How it works, The different roles needed, Fears and barriers, Legal questions as well as Roleplays and Tactics. Come along and
lets make sure we are ready to take action when needed.
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