Fariborz Karami — a 26 year old man — was found by his wife in their family tent on Nauru.

Fariborz is the second person to die in offshore detention in a matter of weeks. Like many before him, Fariborz had been crying out for help for years.

Time and time again, these cries and the advice of medical staff have been ignored by the Australian Government – and the death toll inside Dutton's cruel detention regime continues to climb.

It's a policy that can only continue under Dutton's deadly veil of secrecy. But if thousands of us call on parliament to launch a probing inquiry — we can expose the total disregard for doctors and medical care in Australia's offshore detention regime.

Will you join the call for a senate inquiry to prevent further death and suffering?