The Moss Review: Save the Children staff weren’t in the wrong

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The government has reviewed their decision to remove ten Save the Children staff from the asylum seeker detention centre in Nauru. This came after the recently released Moss Review, found no evidence of misconduct by the workers. The review also explored allegations that rape, sexual assault and the exchange of drugs for sexual favours are occurring on Nauru. The review has made 19 recommendations to the Federal Government, all of which they have promised to adopt.

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