#LetThemStay

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull & Immigration Minister Peter Dutton

Babies

Right now there are 267 asylum seekers in Australia who the Immigration Minister, Peter Dutton, is threatening to send back to offshore detention camps on Manus Island and Nauru.

Among the 267 people are young babies born in Australia and kids currently going to local primary schools. There are cricket fans and accountants and great cooks, who fled war and terror to seek safety in our community. The 267 even include women who have been sexually assaulted on Nauru and now face return to their abusers.

Tell the Prime Minister - don’t send them back.

To: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull & Immigration Minister Peter Dutton
From: [Your Name]

We ask that you do not send the 267 vulnerable men, women, and children currently in Australia back to Nauru or Manus Island.

They will face a future of indefinite detention on tiny islands with no prospect of a decent life. They will be at serious risk of physical and sexual assault.

Please don’t send them back.