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Reading the Nauru Files

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Suzon Fuks <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 14 Jul 2018 23:54:32 +0100

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Hi!

From 9am Nauru Time on the 19th of July until 9am on the 20th of July 2018,
people from around the world will read The Nauru Files
as part of a networked performance live streamed
on this Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/281177502625005/

The Nauru Files are leaked reports from medic and paramedic staff relating to abuses, self-harms and neglects of refugees, including children, who have been detained for 5 years and indefinitely by the Australian Government. Refugees and people seeking asylum who tried to reach Australia by boat on or after the 19th of July 2013 were deported by the Australian government to camps on Nauru and Manus Islands (3-4.500km away from Australia). Currently 12 people have died, and mental health is beyond alarming on both prison-islands.

This networked performance commemorates 5 years of the “indefinite detention” of people who attempted to arrive by boat to Australia since the 19th of July 2013 and have been sent into “offshore processing centres” on Nauru and Manus islands.

By reading this document we hope to urge the Australian politicians to:
• evacuate the camps
• bring people to Australia to be processed fairly and swiftly.
• consider and talk about refugees and people seeking asylum with respect and humanity, respecting the Rule of Law, the International Human Rights Chart, the 1951 International Refugee Convention & 1967 Protocol.

This networked performance builds on Reading the Nauru Files, which was an 18-hour networked performance live on Facebook by James Cunningham and Suzon Fuks on the 19th of July 2017 in which they commemorate 4 years of “indefinite detention”.

The Nauru Files were first published publicly by the Guardian and are available online https://www.theguardian.com/news/series/nauru-files

The event is currently listed on Facebook as ‘happening now’ as we are testing the stream. 
It will begin at 9am Nauru time, on the 19th of July until 9am on the 20th of July 2018 and continue for 24 hours. 
As this is a networked online reading, please find the start times and dates in some selected time zones below. 


Your attendance and support would be greatly appreciated, and we would appreciate if you could share this among your networks. 
During the event we will be using the hashtag #NauruFilesLive
Warm regards,


Suzon

=============START DATES IN TIMEZONES ON THE 19th OF JULY======================

Nauru Time, NRT (UTC + 12) 
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
09:00

Brisbane, Australia AEST (UTC + 10) 
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
07:00

Tokyo, Japan JST (UTC + 9)
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
06:00

Beijing, China CST (UTC + 8 )
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
05:00

Moscow, Russia MSK (UTC +3)
Thu, 19 Jul 2018
00:00


=============START DATES IN TIMEZONES ON THE 18th OF JULY======================

Los Angeles, USA PDT (UTC – 7)
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
14:00

UTC
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
21:00

New York, USA EDT (UTC - 4)
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
17:00

London, UK BST (UTC + 1)
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
22:00

Paris, France CEST (UTC +2)
Wed, 18 Jul 2018
23:00

================================

Suzon Fuks
3/27 Waverley St - Annerley - QLD 4103 - Australia
check my websites: http://suzonfuks.net and http://igneous.org.au

I acknowledge the country, culture and traditional custodians of the land upon I walk, work and live, the Turrbal and Jagera peoples.
It takes 12000 litres of water to make 500 grams of chocolate! 

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