Australia's offshore detention regime is unlawful, and it's killing people.

In April, the Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea ruled that detaining people in Australia's abusive Manus Island camp is illegal. And the PNG Prime Minister announced that the camp will be closed.

The governments of Papua New Guinea and Australia are deciding right now what will happen to the men still imprisoned on Manus Island. Legally, they might have a few options – but morally, there's only one. Everyone we illegally imprisoned brought here to safety.

And the same is true for the detention camp on Nauru.

In as many weeks, two people have set themselves on fire on Nauru, including one man who has died. And now, a 26 year old man Bangladeshi refugee has died in a hospital in Nauru following a series of cardiac arrests.

Every day, more and more evidence emerges that this detention regime is in dangerous chaos - and that we must bring people here, to safety.

#LetThemStay showed that more people than ever supported allowing people seeking asylum already in Australia to move into our communities. That demonstration of community support worked – nobody was deported back to Nauru or Manus Island.

Now, we must prove definitively that our shared compassion extends to those on Manus Island and Nauru.

While the government is scrambling for a response to this ruling, we need to say loud and clear that the people we have unlawfully imprisoned on Manus Island and Nauru should be brought here to safety. Will you sign the petition to #BringThemHere?