December 8, 2022

International Criminal Court told Australia’s detention regime could be a crime against humanity

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By Ben Dohert  From The Guardian UK Submission argues ICC should investigate possible crimes ‘committed by individuals and corporate actors’ Australia’s offshore immigration detention regime could constitute a crime against humanity, a petition before the International Criminal Court from a coalition of legal experts has alleged. On Monday morning, GMT, a 108-page legal submission from […]

Big bills and tax havens: The business of immigration detention

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By Ben Butler and Georgia Wilkins from The Sydney Morning Herald The sacked operator of a controversial immigration detention centre at Manus Island, G4S, paid no Australian tax in 2012, Fairfax Media has learnt. Financial reports filed with the corporate regulator show the ATO in fact paid G4S a cash refund of $2.2 million. In […]