Updated: Aug 11, 2021
Human Rights Matter.
Barbwire Noose 'A Better World' initiative in May 2021 has donated $200.00AU worth of clothes to persons involved in Australian Shores refugee detainment and suffering detainees who have spent year's suffering inhumane treatment due to a government agreement to send boat people to Papua New Guinea. Refugees promised that after being relocated the process would grant them Refugee status and they would be free. Nearing a decade later, these men and women have suffered some of the most inhumane treatment in the developed world.
Some of the people imprisoned and detained due to both the Australian Liberal and Labor government's have served more time the heinous crimes of rape and murder ordered by courts of Australia.
Former Refugee Helal 'Spicy' Uddin sought asylum in Australia to become imprisoned in Papua New Guinea. He wrote a recipe book and details of his experience shared with founder Barbwire Noose. Marcia BNoose speaking to Spicy as much as possible through his unique and Australian Governance induced detainment.
The United Nations for years has called out and condemned Australia's treatment of Refugees, these cries falling on deaf, corrupt and irresponsible ears.
By UNHCR Regional Representation in Canberra | 22 May 2018 'UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is profoundly saddened by the death of a Rohingya refugee on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, today. The tragic loss of yet another vulnerable person under Australian ‘offshore processing’ again underscores the need for proper care and immediate solutions. “With the passage of too many years and the withdrawal or reduction of essential services, the already critical situation for refugees most in need continues to deteriorate,” said Nai Jit Lam, UNHCR’s Deputy Regional Representative in Canberra. “Australia’s responsibility for those who have sought its protection remains unchanged. Our thoughts and condolences are with the man’s family today.” UNHCR renews its call for the Government of Australia to take immediate action to provide assistance and solutions, and to avert further harm and tragedy. Comprehensive, intensive support for refugees and asylum-seekers remains desperately needed in both Papua New Guinea and Nauru. The national authorities of both countries lack the means and infrastructure to address growing needs. UNHCR is continuing to seek further information from the Governments of Australia and Papua New Guinea respectively.'