We are thrilled to announce that the Tech4Justice program has received a major boost in funding to get an innovative complaints platform off the ground.
Collaborating with legal tech to defend refugee rights
Through a technological collaboration, National Justice Project has partnered with Law In Order and Relativity to establish a government duty of care to refugees in offshore detention.
Tackling racial discrimination in our legal system with Deadly Connections
National Justice Project is partnering with Deadly Connections to create the Bugmy Justice Project. This innovative initiative seeks to amplify the voices and experiences of First Nations people and their community in the courtroom and tackle the deadly probem of over incarceration. We spoke to Sambavi Seermaran, a full-time solicitor working across the two organisations to lead the project.
After eight years of anguish, new podcast scrutinises offshore detention regime
To mark the eight-year anniversary of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s decision to refuse settlement to anyone who seeks asylum in Australia by boat, human rights advocates have come together to support the launch of a new podcast that explores how successive governments have abandoned the duty to protect refugees and people seeking asylum.
National Justice Project joins the Partnership for Justice in Health
The National Justice Project is proud to announce its participation in the Partnership for Justice in Health, a coalition of advocacy organisations working together to tackle systemic racism in the health and justice systems.