1 minute phonecall action: demand community accommodation for refugees

1 minute phonecall action: demand community accommodation for refugees

Call acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge and demand he release people detained in hotels to safe community accommodation now.

The Australian Government is detaining around 200 people, brought from offshore detention to Australia for medical care, in onshore hotels.

When you hear ‘hotels’, it’s easy to think that people are better off there. But in reality, these are still places of detention – people have been detained in crowded rooms for months.

But, the movement demanding their release is growing. And right now, every voice matters. 

Leave a phone message for Minister Tudge today and call for refugees’ safety.

Call acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge and demand he release people detained in hotels to safe community accommodation now.

The Australian Government is detaining around 200 people, brought from offshore detention to Australia for medical care, in onshore hotels.

When you hear ‘hotels’, it’s easy to think that people are better off there. But in reality, these are still places of detention – people have been detained in crowded rooms for months.

But, the movement demanding their release is growing. And right now, every voice matters. 

Leave a phone message for Minister Tudge today and call for refugees’ safety.

PHONE MINISTER TUDGE

Leave a phone message for Minister Tudge today calling for refugees to have access to healthcare services and mental health support

Call Alan Tudge

Alan Tudge Alan Tudge Acting Immigration Minister 0262777790
  • Be polite – this will help get your message across.

  • Introduce yourself and where you live eg. Hi, I’m Tara calling from Mt Gravatt, Queensland.  

  • Ask to leave a message with his office. Tell them that you are concerned about the safety of refugees detained in hotels. Ask him to urgently ensure all those at the Mantra Hotel in Melbourne have access to healthcare services and mental health support until it is safe for them to be transferred into community ...

  • Be polite – this will help get your message across.

  • Introduce yourself and where you live eg. Hi, I’m Tara calling from Mt Gravatt, Queensland.  

  • Ask to leave a message with his office. Tell them that you are concerned about the safety of refugees detained in hotels. Ask him to urgently ensure all those at the Mantra Hotel in Melbourne have access to healthcare services and mental health support until it is safe for them to be transferred into community detention.

  • Thank them for their time.

  • Well done! Congratulate yourself for doing something awesome!

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