Pregnant asylum seekers on Nauru ‘forced to create makeshift toilets’ | Australia news | The Guardian

Pregnant asylum seekers on Nauru have been forced to create makeshift toilets and have decreased their water intake to avoid walking long distances, Save the Children has told a Senate inquiry.

A Senate inquiry is currently underway into allegations of sexual assault and conditions on Nauru. It was launched following the release of a review by former integrity commissioner Philip Moss, which substantiated some allegations of sexual abuse at Australia’s detention centre on the island.

via Pregnant asylum seekers on Nauru ‘forced to create makeshift toilets’ | Australia news | The Guardian.

via Pregnant asylum seekers on Nauru ‘forced to create makeshift toilets’ | Australia news | The Guardian.

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