Spot On | Julia Morris – Offshored Border Enforcement

How Western Governments Offshore and Outsource Border Enforcement

The Republic of Nauru is the smallest island nation. Nauru’s deep colonial entanglements dictated its economy’s heavy dependence on phosphate extraction, leaving it vulnerable when the island’s supply was exhausted. Julia Morris investigates how the Australian government offshored asylum processing to Nauru, and the industry’s subsequent impact on locals, migrants and its employees.

Spot On | Julia Morris – Offshored Border Enforcement

Language: English
Length: 4 minutes
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