We’re better than this

Thanks, Robyn, for posting this!

Famous Australians record song condemning treatment of asylum seeker children

4 thoughts on “We’re better than this

  1. Thank you for sharing this. People need to be aware and care. To be involve in helping and making life better for children used and abused by the very society that is suppose to protect and care for them. Have a blessed weekend my friend. Regards to your family.

  2. Thank you so much for commenting, dear IT.
    It warms my heart to see that all these prominent Australians do care. I feel very sad, that our government does not care about these children.
    Wishing you and your family a blessed weekend too and a great first Sunday of Advent! 😉

    1. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/rebecca-gibney-talks-about-her-tragic-childhood-making-her-the-woman-she-is-today/story-fni0fiyv-1226707502164

      Gibney’s confidence runs deep so it is not superficial or determined by external factors.

      It comes from certainty in her marriage to artist Richard Bell, joy in their nine-year-old son Zach and gratitude for the life they have built together, especially when it looked like a mirage when she was younger.

      . . . . .

      He may not have a 6ha property to play on any more but Gibney loves their Sydney lifestyle, living just over a block away from Zach’s school with friends and beaches nearby.

      . . . . . .

      In 2014 Rebecca Gibney returned to New Zealand for an episode of SBS series Who Do You Think You Are? Investigating her own family history, she discovered that her great great grandfather was part of the military invasion of Parihaka.
      http://www.nzonscreen.com/person/rebecca-gibney/biography

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