Call Dutton and Morrison
Prime Minister Morrison and Minister Dutton are solely responsible for the medical care of sick refugees.
And for the future of 535 people the government has been detaining offshore for six years and counting.
Call Dutton and Morrison’s parliamentary offices
Minister Peter Dutton
(02) 6277 7860
PM Scott Morrison
(02) 6277 7700
1. Now that Medevac has been repealed, doctors are no longer in charge of medical decisions for sick people in offshore processing.
2. The Government must have a plan to give people access to the urgent care they need.
3. It is more urgent than ever that the Government find a safe and permanent home for every woman and man held in Nauru and PNG as quickly as possible.
Here's how to call:
1. Prepare what you want to say
A clear message that, as an Australian, you want Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Home Affairs Minister Dutton to urgently resettle every woman and man held on Nauru and PNG.
And to make sure people access the medical care they need.
Your personal story of why you support medical care and a permanent home for people held offshore
2. Dial the number
- When staff answer, say you want to leave an important message for Prime Minister Scott Morrison or Home Affairs Minister Dutton.
- State your message.
- Be polite.
- Leave your full name and post code.
- If you can't get through, try calling again. If you get the answering machine, leave a message and try calling again later.
NB: Every call you attempt is important, even if you don't get through.
Add your call to the tally
Please tell us you've called Prime Minister Scott Morrison and/or Home Affairs Minister Dutton by filling out and submitting the form, so we can demonstrate the groundswell of calls our community are making!
3. Spread the word
Post the office's response on social media, tag Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton, include hash tags #Medevac, #Auspol, #DoctorsNotDutton and link: https://action.asrc.org.au/call_dutton_and_morrision and ask more people to call.
Thank you for taking action to prevent more lives being lost to medical neglect.
Together we will win a permanent, safe home for men, women and children seeking asylum.