Mandatory Detention: Should the Needs of the Individual or the Needs of the State Be Given Priority? When? Why?
Mandatory detention is a recurring problem in Australia due to its detention centres, lacking care of detainees, border protection and the overriding needs of state to that of the individual. The needs of the individual have to be prioritised to maintain Australia as being a global civil society, based on ethical responsibilities to better Australia's future. Although, this does not occur in our society.
The needs of State, being the needs of Australia as a whole, are considered a great deal more than those rights of the individual.…
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