Crossing the Void: A call to Nauru
The Australian Government has done its best to silence the voice of refugees who have arrived by boat. They have isolated them on remote islands and tried to rob them of their humanity.
Thanks to technology these people are able to break through the barrier and use their voices to cross the void.
I spoke to Arash a refugee from Iran. He is living in Nauru in a detention centre. He sleeps in a tent with somewhere between 30 and 40 people.
He left Iran because of the strict Islamic government… he came to Australia searching for a place he could build his future in a country of freedom.