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Captain Mic refused visa ?!

Captain Mic refused visa ?!

In the aftermath of last week’s horrendous police roundup of asylum seekers from Hodava Hotel and their subsequent further imprisonment at Bomana jail, we have more bad news. It seems that Captain Mic is going to be refused his PNG visa, and therefore Lazy Jack will be unable to sail. This is hugely disappointing, given we were coming in peace and were invited by traditional owners on Manus. It is sad, but not 100% surprising, since we know that governments make unfair decisions about who is... read more
On the way to Papua New Guinea…

On the way to Papua New Guinea…

Three months have passed since we launched from Birraranga/Narrm in May and a lot has happened for us and in the world in that time. The very start of our journey was not easy, as Kindred Spirit, one of the dedicated flotilla boats travelling with us, was destroyed in a car accident. We needed to adapt to the new circumstances and continue partly as land convoy on our way up. We weren’t going to give up no matter what! On election day we paid a visit to the illegal government in Kirribili... read more
Original Nation passports signing ceremony with Uncle Lyle

Original Nation passports signing ceremony with Uncle Lyle

Aboriginal people have been experiencing incarceration, prison camps and prison islands on their own land at the hands of the colonial australian government. We know what it feels like to be refugees on our own land. This is why we are extending solidarity to the refugees on Manus Island by issuing Original Nation passports as a symbol of an invitation. We are calling on all Pacific nations to recognise our sovereignty and these passports and to allow those seeking asylum to use them to travel... read more

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