Refugee camp company in Australia ’liable for crimes against humanity’
The company that has taken over the management of Australia’s offshore immigration detention regime has been warned by international law experts that its employees could be liable for crimes against humanity.
Spanish infrastructure corporation #Ferrovial, which is owned by one of the world’s richest families and the major stakeholder in Heathrow airport, has been warned by professors at Stanford Law School that its directors and employees risk prosecution under international law for supplying services to Australia’s camps on #Nauru and #Manus_Island in Papua New Guinea.
#crimes_contre_l'humanité #asile #migrations #réfugiés #Australie #privatisation #externalisation #camps_de_réfugiés
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