Created 10/16/2011 - 1 year ago
The chief executive of the Red Cross, Robert Tickner, has urged politicians to make a ''fresh start'' on boat arrivals and support the Red Cross as it shifts asylum seekers into community housing.
CastanCentre: Red Cross CEO says #asylumseekers living in the community have been well received: http://t.co/MBvP9bcF
Poynter62: RT @rightsagenda: Red Cross chief calls on Australia to make "new start" on asylum seekers & embrace onshore community-based processing http://t.co/89DJ8Eev
cbanhidy: we dont have enough room for Australian citizens - ship them off to regional areas. http://t.co/gkDOxu1r via @theage
Izzywizzy07: RT @JUSTsalvos: Red Cross CEO Robert Tickner calls for a "fresh start" in the conversation around asylum seekers http://t.co/XN7JcWZp
joan_iecb: Chief Executive of @RedCrossAU, Robert Tickner calls for fresh start on boat arrivals http://t.co/qAsQCiJU via @theage #redcross #refugees
priscirra_yup: http://t.co/pTqYOVlQ Community housing sounds better than community detention, doesn't it?