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Time code

CHARACTER / VISUAL

 

1

00:00

 Text about the show

 

2

00:20

Skype calls of different girls

 

Hasti: My mom passed away in the rally and my parents were warned of Ministry of information and we didn’t find it safe to stay there so we had to leave

3

00:55

Skype call with Mizba

Mizba: Its very hard for people to leave the Muslim people and the boy is not so dangerous they get killed but the girl they get raped in front of the parents and its very hard for the parents to see it and its very therefore had to leave. We are hoping to have freedom and education from another country, in a good country and to have a better life

 

4

01:27

Hasti on Skype

Hasti: we go on the boat for the first time and I really didn’t expect to be a small boat and so broken and old. With too many people overcrowded and we had been on the boat for 4 days and after 4 days the boat was broken and we were lost. In the morning the boat broke down completely it went underwater and broke apart. We were in the water from sunrise to afternoon

5

02:20

Judith Reen

Judith: She was out in the ocean for 12 hours before they were rescued by the Australian navy and she recalls opening up, holding onto a 44 gallon drum and opening it up to let a little bit of diesels every now and again to stop sharks from approaching. And she said that for days afterwards the stench of that diesel was in her pours of her skin.

6

02:47

 

Hasti: My parents didn’t expect to be that dangerous and tough

7

02:57

Text

 

8

03:08

 

Hasti: I’ve been in Nauru since March 2014, and before that we were in for 6months.

 

9

03:17

Mizba on Skype

Mizba: I think more than 3 years in the camp

 

10

03:22

 

Hasti: Yes, I miss my life.

 

11

03:28

Text

Making contact with the Children of Nauru

 

12

03:31

Hidden camera footage of Nauru detention centre

 

13

03:42

Camera footage of the detainees

Mizba: this is the detention centre, we are living in the north, this is like prison. We are living behind fences

14

03:56

Mizba Skype interview

Mizba: we have to live in a tent, and when its raining the water creeps into the room and there cockroach, mice everywhere

15

04:09

 

Judith: the tents cain’t be locked and they are not sound proof and that children are exposed to people having mental break down or to self harming or to you know, they are exposed to adults who are perhaps are not safe because of the trauma that they have experienced.

16

04:29

 

Mizba: its very hot at the daytime and there was nothing for us to do.

17

04:34

Montage of pictures of the camps

 

18

04:41

Hasti Skype

Hasti: There are a lot of security here and they like jailors they see this place as a battle field

19

04:55

 

Judith: They just many opportunities in Nauru its very difficult place to live.

20

04:59

Text about Nauru

 

World map pin pointing the island

 

21

05:21

 

Hasti: 2 years ago when many of us had been transferred to Nauru we didn’t have phones, we didn’t have phones even on the island when we came here the phones were like each person could get to have a ten minutes call every week on a certain time that the securities would tell. Last year there was a new programs so that people can live there and camp

22

05:58

Footage of the camp

Hasti: They built phones and tried to sneak them in. well now almost everyone has a phone. Securities if they see they would take away the phones. Well we cain’t stop people from using mobile phones for 3 years in the centaury can you?

23

06:25

Images of protest from kids

Hasti: There isn’t much news on photos from inside of the Kids of Nauru. Many people didn’t know that they exist

24

06:37

Judith interview

 

Facebook screen grabs of the Nauru Kids

Judith: The Nauruan Government put an official message that Facebook would be closed down and that there will be penalties for anyone on the island who is found to be using it. You know I guess they just a different generation they just got VPN’s and they worked around it. They knew what to do they knew how to manage it

25

07:04

 

Mizba: we made a page, the kids from here we made a page called Free the children of Nauru page and we put things like what’s happening in here and share what’s our feeling, we share what’s going on in here, we share what the Australian people from other countries and want them to know how hard it is to live in here

26

07:29

Facebook page of the Nauru children, images

 

27

07:33

Hast interview with images of the Nauru kids

Hasti: we now have 50 000 people liking it. Well more people now will start to see what is happening to us. If we didn’t have internet on Nauru or we could contract outside world we would be forgotten

28

07:56

Footage of the hospital in Nauru

Hast: We are so tired of everything, I consumed washing detergents, poison. It was burning in my throat and all the way to stomach and had to vomit and every time I swallowed anything it would burn. I know it doesn’t help anyone to do self-harm but I don’t know why I did that and why anyone else does that? I cain’t give reason. Everyone including myself we are getting hopeless we like there is no hope or no way out of this.

29

09:02

 

Judith: even with lack of capacity, even with poor communication all of those things are given, surely it wouldn’t take three years to process these families and find out adequate information to work out whether they were genuinely in need of protection. It feels like their lives are suspended.

30

09:26

 

Mizba: I want to have a education, good education and have freedom like every other children from Australia and every country every other teenager from Australia and every other teenager from other countries are having. But still now we are here and its been three years

31

09:48

Images of Nauru residents hanging on fence

Hasti: It’s like the best years of my life are being wasted and ruined. I want Australia to stop this torture. They say that they made actual processing so that they could stop people drowning in the sea. What’s the point of surviving the sea if you die in here?

32

10:21

Text

 

 

 

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