Vlad Sokhin

, Nauru

An Iranian woman prepares pastry for pies on the floor of the room where she lives with her husband. Although the camp has a shared community kitchen, it’s always full of people, and very often there is not enough space for everyone to cook.
Since 2001, Nauru has been at the centre of a controversial policy of the Australian government to send asylum seekers arriving by boat to detention centres outside its territory. The Nauru detention centre has been mired in controversy, with cases of self harm, suicide attempts and hunger strikes common among the hundreds of people who have been processed there. In July 2013, a major riot resulted in the destruction of several buildings and in October 2014 several people sewed their lips shut to protest against an Australian government statement saying that people detained on Nauru would not be resettled in Australia.

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Vlad Sokhin
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Nauru
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