Instead of celebrating the colonisation of First Nations land, we show solidarity with our clients by acting as legal observers at Invasion Day rallies.
Instead of locking up kids in youth detention, we must give them medical care, education, and connection to their community.
Major reforms will now require health practitioners in Australia to deliver culturally safe healthcare for First Nations patients.
On the 35th anniversary of the death of Mark Anthony Haines, his family are anticipating an imminent decision from the NSW Coroner on whether the court will open a new coronial inquest into the suspicious death of the Gomeroi teenager. Family of Mark Anthony Haines seeking “an opportunity for justice” For Lorna Haines, the 35th anniversary since the death of …
Legal volunteer Veera Singh tells us about her experience volunteering at the at NJP and reflects on how volunteering can benefit law students.
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.
Grieving families deserve better – they deserve a coronial system that can deliver justice through truth, accountability and prevention.
For the second time in just six months, a coroner has told WA Police to rein in their use of a dangerous hold known as the ‘prone position’.
We’re seeking two new volunteers to join our Fundraising and Communications team! You’ll gain valuable experience working with a leading human rights organisation.
In this explainer, we take a look at the impact of the High-Risk Serious Offenders Act on Indigenous people in Western Australia.