Taking Risks: A father and son's walk to end mandatory detention
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Criminal lawyer Adam Richards and his 13-year-old son Ned walked from Adelaide to Canberra earlier this year, and presented a petition urging the Federal Government to end "mandatory indefinite offshore detention of refugees". Alfred explores what inspired this act of protest from two everyday Australians.
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Taking Risks: A father and son's walk to end mandatory detention

by Alfred Pek See Profile
Adelaide SA, Australia
21st Jul 2017
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Taking Risks: A father and son's walk to end mandatory detention

Criminal lawyer Adam Richards and his 13-year-old son Ned walked from Adelaide to Canberra earlier this year, and presented a petition urging the Federal Government to end "mandatory indefinite offshore detention of refugees". Alfred explores what inspired this act of protest from two everyday Australians.

Alfred Pek

About Alfred Pek

I'm a videographer, storyteller, adventurer, and passionate advocate for human rights, environment, and cultural identities. My goal is to help grow our society for the better through storytelling. Having diverse life experiences both in Indonesia and Australia, it makes me appreciate everything deeply and take nothing in life for granted.

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Migration & Displacement
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21st July 2017

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