Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch released a report in August 2016 condemning conditions of confinement for asylum seekers and refugees on Nauru. Serious concerns were raised about the availability and adequacy of medical and mental health care for both immigration detainees and refugees living in the community. Amnesty International’s findings are available here.
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