Australian health workers break censorship laws over concentration camps

As detailed previously (click here and here), the Australian Government repression of asylum seekers and refugees keeps increasing with new laws being enacted with the full support of the ALP opposition. One of the latest laws has been the ‘Border Force Act’ which carries a jail term of up to 2 years for any workers in refugee detention centres who speak out about the conditions in these centres. In protest, a group of health workers in Darwin publicly challenged the government to prosecute them as they stated they were not going to be bound by this law.