A nurse who worked in the Australian-run detention centre on Nauru says a culture of abuse of asylum seekers by guards has been established there.
The Australian Senate has voted to support a Greens' motion, forcing the government to today release the report of the Moss Review into accusations of systemic abuse in the detention camps on Nauru.
Alanna Maycock says she witnessed verbal and physical abuse of asylum seekers, lack of privacy for women in the camps, a lack of sanitary towels and behavioural issues in children.
Ms Maycock says there is a feeling security guards can treat asylum seekers how they want.
"There's almost a culture of abuse that has been established on the island that the Australian government, the perception is the Australian government don't want them here, and so they can behave how they want and it's almost a feeling of lawlessness on Nauru."
A nurse who has worked at the Australian-run detention centre on Nauru, Alanna Maycock.