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Immigration Deception And Cruelty: Young Women Challenge the System

NSW Parliament – nicknamed the bear-pit – took on an unaccustomed healing role recently. Professor Stuart Rees explains. Can poets and musicians really change the world? In the theatrette of the NSW State Parliament last week, participants in a Symposium for women’s rights and social justice answered this question. In doing so they also reacted [...] The post Immigration Deception And Cruelty: Young Women Challenge the System appeared first on New Matilda.
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