We fight for justice
What We Do
Together with our clients and community partners, we work to create systemic change and we strive to amplify the voices of communities harmed by government inaction and discrimination.
Our key areas of activity include:
• Health justice specifically for persons with disability and First Nations communities.
• Challenging misconduct in police, prisons and youth detention.
• Seeking justice for asylum seekers and refugees.
We advocate for law reform, policy change, attitudinal change, improved services, community awareness and a justice system that is fair, just and equitable.
advocating for change
“Everyone deserves dignity” – Nicola Kaldor on why we must intensify the fight for refugee rights05/08/2021
National Justice Project calls for greater judicial diversity to tackle courtroom bias03/08/2021
After eight years of anguish, new podcast scrutinises offshore detention regime19/07/2021
Case File: Medevac of DWD18 from Nauru to secure urgent medical care08/07/2021
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