'It's impossible to do anything': Indonesia's refugees in limbo as money runs out

Australia’s funding cuts force hundreds of homeless refugees to plead to be taken into immigration detention Once a military command post, the two-storey lime green building in Kalideres, West Jakarta, is now essentially a refugee camp. More than 400 refugees are temporarily housed here in small dome tents squashed into every room and spilling out into the concrete car park. There is no running water, electricity, bathroom facilities or any certainty of food. A few days ago someone delivered biscuits, but there has been nothing since. Continue reading...