Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has been blasted for being outspoken on some social issues while helping the government deport asylum seekers. In the lead-up to the Qantas annual general meeting being held in Adelaide next Friday, multiple organisations have criticised the airline for its stance on the controversial issue. During Joyce’s tenure the airline has been vocal on a number of topics including same-sex marriage, climate change, and Indigenous reconciliation. In regards to refugees and asylum seekers, on the other hand, Qantas has previously said it is not the place of the airline to interfere with government policy. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (pictured) has been blasted for hypocrisy, having been outspoken on some social issues while simultaneously helping the government deport asylum seekers In regards to refugees and asylum seekers, on the other hand, Qantas has previously said it is not the place of the airline to interfere with government policy (file image of Manus Island) ‘It is not the role of airlines to adjudicate on complex immigration decisions,’ Joyce has said. The Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) has filed a resolution for Joyce and the Qantas board to cease the ‘involuntary transportation of refugees and asylum seekers’ for… Read full this story
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