#NauruFilesReading

The Australian government detains over 500 refugees on the remote Pacific Island of Nauru. The Nauru Files are documented incidents of abuse, self-harm, humiliation and squalor that is everyday life for refugees detained indefinitely in a private facility on this island. 

On 27 August 2016, activists carried out a 10-hour reading of the files outside Australia House, London. We documented the peaceful protest and made an informative film to raise awareness about the horrible situation. 

It has been published in the Guardian Australia and used in Guardian's Nauru Files cover (click here for the article)

Credits
Camera Asli Umut, Tristan Martin, Phillip Wood 
Editor Asli Umut
Music and Sound Design Sami El-Enany

Year
August, 2016

Location
London, UK