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We reach justice together.

Behind every win, every successful reform and every push for social change, there’s a team of lawyers and legal professionals working pro bono for a safe and just society.

This year, to celebrate the 640,000* pro bono hours donated to legal justice every year, we invite you to join the Walk for Justice NSW 2022 and raise funds for our organisations!

Tuesday 17 May | National Pro Bono Day

How to walk for justice this year

Get outside and walk!

If you are in the Sydney CBD:
When:
12.30pm (start walking 12.35pm)
Where: Meet next to St James Station  
Walk: Around Hyde Park together – about 15-20 minutes 

If you are elsewhere:
Walk wherever and whenever you like on National Pro Bono Day! Solo steps at sunrise, a midday meander with colleagues or a stroll with the stroller – you can enjoy Walk for Justice NSW 2022 any way you like.

Share on social media
While walking for justice, post a photo or story to social media and tag RACS and NJP so we can share on our channels!

 


Donate and fundraise!

This year, you can choose to donate to work of the Refugee Advice & Casework Service or the National Justice Project – or both! Be sure to share the campaign with your workplace and friends, so they can donate too.

Help us reach – and smash! – our target of $5,000!

Your donations via Walk for Justice NSW will go straight to the frontline in the fight for justice for a better, fairer society.

Keep in the loop

Watch RACS’ and NJP’s social media accounts in the lead-up to and on the day of Walk for Justice NSW 2022 for pro bono fun facts and real-life stories from the passionate pro bono lawyers working toward justice.
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Thank you to our friends at Thomson Reuters for supporting Walk for Justice NSW 2022.

The Refugee Advice & Casework Service and the National Justice Project are located on the sovereign lands of the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. We acknowledge the continuing connection to land, waters, communities and culture of First Nations Peoples, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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