Profit from misery

This story could land an Australian woman in prison for up to two years.

She spent time working in a processing facility for asylum seekers in Nauru and is forbidden from speaking about her experiences by the Border Force Act, which makes it a criminal offence for those who have worked in a detention centre to talk to the media about anything that happens during the course of their work.

But she wants to speak out – she wants people to understand what it is like in these facilities, what the people are like, and what they are going through.

The Key, clearly explains how this abuse occurs.

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