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Most were resettled, and mostly in Australia. The Nauru detention regime ended in farce, with Australia at one point paying for the massive bureaucracy of an entire incarceration centre housing just two Iraqi men, both of whom were found to be refugees and were resettled.
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Again, an increase in the number of boats arriving — this time allied to concern about deaths at sea not a rationale cited in — sparked a return to the former policy. The problems are undiminished. But the second Nauru detention regime has been kept carefully hidden. Foreign journalists — save for a handful of selected reporters — are forbidden entry to the island.
Still, some information leaks out. Refugees and asylum seekers have their communications closely monitored but still they speak out, in letters and electronic messages, in shaky, hand-held phone videos — such as the horrific footage of Omid Masoumali who, in protest against the conditions under which he is held, doused himself in petrol and set himself alight, burning to death.
While the new law has had a chilling effect on some, many former and current staff continue to speak out in defiance of the law.
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Wealth squandered Nauru has its own complex history, a past it is trying to disentangle itself from. The smallest island nation in the world is a bare 21 sq km — the size of an international airport — in the middle of the Pacific.
Inhabited for at least 3, years, originally by 12 Polynesian and Micronesian tribes, its nearest neighbour, Kirabati, is km of empty ocean away. A German colony in the 19th century and an Australian protectorate until the middle of the 20th, Nauru was once one of the richest places on Earth.
Number of people in detention in Nauru by year In the years post-independence inNauru had the second-highest per-capita GDP in the world, behind only oil-rich Saudi Arabia. Nauru spent years in desperate penury. All of this was done in an effort to internalize what it means to recount or tell a story — to bring back emotions and do away with commonplaces — and to translate experienced or perceived emotions into written or visual images organized in a narrative. Each one of the students tried to put three images into words that could convey the depth of the relived emotion, a poem that in three verses could summarize that particular emotion of their own life.
Images, simple but profound, were born in poetry. At the end of the process, after having translated those emotions into stories, sounds and body movements, we translated the word images into photographic and graphic images, availing ourselves of those technical, formal and stylistic procedures and approaches capable of powerfully and effectively communicating our feelings.
The environmental context Maputo, Mozambique, 1 million, maybe 2 millions of inhabitants. The well-off districts in the city centre and, as you go into the suburbs, mostly expanses of huts with no services where daily survival is scratched with nails and with a slow and serene force of desperation. Mountains of stratified garbage overlook the houses, whose slopes are starting to overflow.
Every day roughly seven hundred families - men, women, children and the elderly — eke out a narrow living in these new mines of modernism by digging. They dig up plastic, bottles, metal and food scraps, most often rotten, anything that at the end of the day can help them and their families scrape by in stunted survival. Metaphisical setting, translated image of our aseptically modern world, a sort of inverted utopia of own destiny. Where life, against any expectancy, swarms, creativity explodes and love spreads.
Even in misery and privation, along paths paved with pain and too often with oppression.
A short history of Nauru, Australia’s dumping ground for refugees
The Lixiera is a resource for survival, but also a space for existence, shelter and home, place of meeting and exchange, of friendship and passion, of clash and abuse. The place where all things go to die becomes the paradoxal start of a new life, made not only of desperate survival but also of vibrating vitality. The invisibles of Hulene, the landfill district Despite an existence that walks on the esile ridge thatdevides life from death, inside this economy, human, social and artistic circuits came alive, creative paths developed.
The new tribes of the invisibles of Hulene carry on, in their way, a spontaneous research of new languages and expressive forms corresponding to their condition of submission and to their feelings.
To their desire to break free from inhuman life conditions. Unaware bringers of creative seeds that, still immune to omologation and stereotypes, found an autonomous form of expression.
In their rhythms, in their music, in their way of clothing and of sculpting time and matter, they express their condition, their vision of the world, their struggle for life.
In a reality suspended between prehistoricism and postmodernism, in matter, spirit and magic, and in the floating between these two polarities it finds its originality and expressiveness. Even where death, privation and sufferings are daily presences, man still finds the need to feel alive and to express and affirm his vitality, his creativity.
A Mundzuku Ka Hina A Mundzuku Ka Hina is a communication workshop dedicated to the children who survive on the dump in Maputo, Mozambique, to orphans and street children.