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Nauru: Why Australia is funding an empty detention centre


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Polling appears to seize some shift in attitudes in direction of immigration. In 2017, when requested whether or not refugees in Nauru and PNG needs to be allowed to settle in Australia, 45% agreed whereas 48% stated no, in accordance with the Lowy Institute suppose tank. This yr, its polling discovered 68% agreed that “openness to individuals from all around the world is crucial to who we’re as a nation”, a 15-point improve from 2018.

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