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Musicians join call to stop incarcerating children on Nauru

Press Release – Mums 4 Refugees

“Children Dont Belong in Jail” is a new protest song released today by New Zealand musicians Luke Buda and Don McGlashan in response to the plight of the refugee children still detained on the island of Nauru. Don and Luke felt they … Kiwi musicians join call to stop incarcerating children on Nauru with new song

“Children Don’t Belong in Jail” is a new protest song released today by New Zealand musicians Luke Buda and Don McGlashan in response to the plight of the refugee children still detained on the island of Nauru. Don and Luke felt they couldn’t stay silent on this issue and have teamed up to write a song, in association with trans-Tasman grassroots advocacy group Mums 4 Refugees, to highlight the issues these children continue to face. As Universal Children’s Day approaches on 20 November, Don and Luke are joining the call to get all these children and their families off Nauru and provide them proper medical care and a safe future with their song “Children Don’t Belong in Jail”.

Downloads of the song can be found at:

iTuneshttps://geo.itunes.apple.com/nz/album/id1441922758?at=1l3v9Tx&app=itunes
Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/track/5YwCRZMKwmREcVqeH6MLLW?si=JeS hEz9uTKOIuGCvusr2ig
YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE_UJH22gwQ

Sarah Jane, Olivia and the Mums 4 Refugees team

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