MP3: UNHCR report says Australia's asylum seeker detention facilities not up to scratch

26.11.2013

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UNHCR report says Australia\'s asylum seeker detention facilities not up to scratch MP3

In its first report into the operation of offshore detention centres since the election of the Coalition government, the UNHCR says there have been some improvements to camps in PNG, but the facility and operation in Nauru has gone backwards. The regional representative for the UNHCR, Richard Towle, says there is still a long way to go before Australia meets the required standards. Source: abc.net.au

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