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Transfield Services (now Broadspectrum)

Headquarters in Australia

Transfield Services rebranded in October 2015 to become Broadspectrum.

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12 October 2015

No Business in Abuse: Campaign highlights corporate complicity in abuses within Australia's immigration system

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12 October 2015

Transfield Services' response

Author: Transfield

Human rights are fundamental rights, freedoms and standards of treatment to which all people are entitled. Transfield Services recognises that where possible and within their spheres of influence, companies should strive to protect human rights...

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23 September 2015

Nauru: Human rights group says that Transfield Services could be liable for failing to disclose abuses at detention centres; company denies claims

Author: Paul Farrell, Guardian (UK)

“Transfield could face legal action over Nauru and Manus abuses, group warns”, 20 Sep 2015...

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17 August 2015

Australia: Large pension fund divests from Transfield Services over reports of abuses at immigrant detention centres

Author: Sally Rose, Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

"HESTA dumps Transfield citing detention centre abuses", 18 Aug 2015...

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1 July 2015

PMSC Bulletin Issue number 7 – 1 Jul 2015

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

PMSC Bulletin Issue number 7 – 1 Jul 2015: Private Military & Security Companies and their impacts on human rights: Recent developments...

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7 November 2014

Australia/Nauru: Nauru detention firm stands by its staff

Author: Stephen Johnson, The West Australian

The [Australian] federal government has appointed former integrity commissioner Philip Moss to head an independent inquiry into the claims, as well as sexual misconduct allegations that emerged in October. Transfield Services chairman Diane Smith...

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