Thursday will mark three weeks since refugee Ranjini and her two young sons began what could be the rest of their lives in detention. They have been given no explanation for the decision by ASIO and no opportunity to appeal their assessment. No matter what, we mustn't allow anyone - let alone children - to be detained indefinitely without charge, trial or appeal.

On Thursday 31 May, GetUp members will be in the Attorney General's electorate in person to light a candle for justice - but every extra name around the country added to this online vigil makes that light shine brighter.