MP3: Concerns prime time ad blitz unlikely to stop boatloads of Hazara refugees

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Concerns prime time ad blitz unlikely to stop boatloads of Hazara refugees MP3

The Federal Government is running an emotive ad campaign on television in Afghanistan in a bid to stem the flow of ethnic Hazaras who board people smuggling boats bound for Australia. The prime time campaign uses actors who warn there are no guarantees of asylum being granted and those who do arrive will be sent to Manus Island or Nauru. But there are concerns the ads aren't addressing the real concerns of Hazaras li... Source: abc.net.au

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