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Online Rally: Freedom from Detention!

Updated: Jul 2, 2020

Join RAC Qld for tonight's Freedom From Detention online rally. Watch live at Facebook Live via the ASRC Page.

The @ASRC1 #RightTrack rally will start at 6 pm AEST and will be held on Zoom via:

If you can't join via Zoom, the rally will be broadcast on Facebook Live via the ASRC page where you can still fully participate. Zoom has a limit of 1000 people. If you want to ensure your place, be sure to join the call promptly at 6:00pm. You'll need to be logged into your Zoom account to join the meeting. This is important for security.

Social Media

Please post during the rally on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #FreeTheRefugees #7YearsTooLong and #GameOver and be sure to tag @ScoMo and @AlboMP

Rally Info

Refugees and people seeking asylum have been locked up in detention by Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton for far too long. Right now, more than 1400 men, women and children are being detained by the government. Some people have been detained for up to 10 years.

Enough is enough. It's time we act together. Let's spread the word into the community that we support the rights of people seeking asylum and refugees to be free. Let's raise our collective voice and demand their release from immigration detention. Now is the time to add your voice.

Sign up and join thousands of community members at the Freedom From Detention online rally. This event will be held via Zoom so make sure you download the free Zoom app. We will also broadcast it to Facebook Live.

When: Thursday, 2 July 2020 from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm AEST

Where: Online via Zoom and Facebook Live

Join the Refugee Action Collective Queenland and many other supporting organisations to:

  • Show your support

  • Hear from people who have experienced detention

  • Learn what WE can do to help secure their freedom

You'll hear directly from people inside these detention centres and who have lived through immigration detention.

Speakers include:

Mostafa Azimitabar: Refugee activist and musician currently locked up in Mantra Hotel Melbourne

Betelhem Tibebu Zeleke: Refugee activist and survivor of Nauru detention centre

Farhad Rahmati: Refugee activist and civil engineer who was locked up in Kangaroo Point in Brisbane, then transferred to Brisbane detention centre.


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