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Melbourne: vigil for justice

Thursday 31 May will mark three weeks since a young pregnant mother and her sons were taken from their home to be placed in detention - indefinitely.

Join us for a sunset candlelight vigil for Ranjini, her family and all refugees held in indefinite detention with no right to appeal ASIO findings. The vigil will be held outside Attorney-General Nicola Roxon's office.

Let's show up and demonstrate a powerful message to the Attorney-General and Australian media - we're serious about justice and the need to reform ASIO laws.

When: 5.00pm, Thursday 31 May
Where: The park behind Nicola Roxon's office, 337 Gordon Street Maribyrnong (corner Thomas Holmes St), Melbourne (see map below)

Can't make it? Help light the candle online - sign the petition here.

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How to get there
Tram: The nearest tram stop is on the corner of Gordon street and Lyric street. The 82 route runs along Gordon street. From Melbourne city, take the 57 tram (Elizabeth st), hop off at the Rayleigh Road/Wests Road stop and change to the 82 Tram (towards Footscray).
Train/Bus: Take a train on the Williamstown line to Footscray railway station, then a 406 bus (towards Kellor East) from Irving Street to the stop on Gordon street and Birdwood street.


In Australia no person should be held indefinitely without charge, trial or appeal. Join us at the vigil for refugees in indefinite detention, outside Attorney-General Nicola Roxon's Melbourne office.

When: 5.00pm, Thursday 31 May
Where: 337 Gordon Street, Maribyrnong (see map on the left)

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