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The Republic of Nauru is a parliamentary democracy. The government works to respect the civil and human rights of its citizens and the foreign workers who live on the island. When individual abuses do occur, the law provides means for investigating and prosecuting offenders. In recent years, only a few offenses were reported. Judicial delays and spartan living conditions for asylum seekers were reported. As such, Nauru has one of the best human rights records internationally. [1]

Homosexuality is illegal in Nauru since 1899 (which at that time was part of Queensland, Australia - Which possess a human rights issue in the island.

Life Expectancy at Birth (years): 63.1 years

Unemployment Rate: 90%


The Republic of Nauru is a constitutional republic. The government works to respect the civil and human rights of its citizens and the foreign workers who live on the island. When individual abuses do occur, the law provides means for investigating and prosecuting offenders. In recent years, only a few offenses were reported. Judicial delays and spartan living conditions for asylum seekers were reported.

The 2009 Human Rights Report by the United States Department of State noted that the government generally respected the rights of individuals[1]

Homosexuality is illegal in Nauru since 1899 (which at that time was part of Queensland, Australia - Which possess a human rights issue in the island.

Life Expectancy at Birth (years): 63.1 years

Unemployment Rate: 90%

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