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Australia Institute urges Norges Bank to divest from offshore centres over alleged arbitrary detention & human rights abuse of asylum seekers & refugees

(source: Wikipedia)

Numerous United Nations authorities and human rights experts have reported the abuse of asylum seekers and refugees who are detained at Australian offshore immigration camps located on Nauru and Manus Island. Australia Institute examined the investments and operations of these offshore detention centres, and urges Norges Bank Investment Management to divest its shares in Ferrovial, which acquired the camp operator, Broadspectrum.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Broadspectrum, Ferrovial & Norges Bank Investment Management to respond. Their responses are attached below.

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Ferrovial View Response
Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) View Response
Broadspectrum (formerly Transfield Services) View Response

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