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3 types of denial that allow Australians to feel OK about how we treat refugees

By Jamal Barnes, Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
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Australia’s offshore detention policies have helped to produce indifference to the suffering of refugees. Pushing refugees out of sight, and out of mind, has now placed them beyond moral concern.The Conversation

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