André Dao is the co-founder of Behind the Wire, an oral history organisation documenting people’s lived experience of human rights abuses.
By this author
‘How are you today’ at the Ian Potter Museum of Art
Audio messages from Manus Island reveal what it sounds like to live in limbo
A delicate balance
The Islamic Council of Victoria is optimistic
What makes people driven by compassion support harsh refugee policies?
How outrage at overt racism helps to hide the more pervasive kind
The meaning of freedom
Asylum seekers and freedom of speech
The dilemma of human rights awareness
Nuclear waste at Muckaty
A trip to the site of a proposed nuclear waste dump on Aboriginal land in the Northern Territory
Censorship, sex and scandal in Singapore
For the city-state’s academics, freedom of speech is a sensitive subject
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