Asia Calling Program 18 November 2017

Stand-off: Refugees blockade Manus Island detention centre. A new initiative that supports Indigenous people to secure their land. And a cafe for unleashing anger in India.

Sabtu, 18 Nov 2017 10:40 WIB

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Hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers are in a stand off with the Australian government, living without food, water and power in a detention centre in Papua New Guinea. We hear from those men. 

We also take a look at a new initiative that supports Indigenous people to secure their land and use it as they see fit.

And if you’ve got a few pent-up frustrations, stay tuned. Later in the show we visit a café in India where you can unleash your anger by smashing things. 

 

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