Next time, I'll be there
Earlier this year, tens of thousands of us stood with Waleed and hundreds of people like him and demanded that the government #LetThemStay. From surrounding Lady Cilento Hospital in Brisbane to protect a baby, to protests around the country, we made it impossible for the government to deport them.
Now Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton are testing our resolve.
This morning was just the start. What matters now is how we respond.
We need to make it clear we're stronger than ever. That's why hundreds of people in capital cities are signing up their mobile numbers to a huge list, so that if the government tries to send people into harm again, they'll hear about it straight away – and can take action.
Can you sign up now to join a rapid-response list of people who will be alerted if the government tries this again – and help stop it?
*We are using a pseudonym to protect Waleed's identity.
JOIN THE RAPID RESPONSE LIST
The government deported a person seeking asylum in the early hours of the morning.
Next time, we will be ready.
Join our rapid response list and if this happens again we will send you a message. Together we can take action and gather to peacefully stand with people under threat of deportation.