A spate of suicides in WA’s Acacia Prison will be highlighted this week, as the WA Coroner examines the death of Stanley Inman Jnr.
Case File: Maintaining legal avenues for refugees in MHA v DMA18
In DMA18, refugees who were detained in offshore detention secured a major legal victory in the High Court of Australia against the Minister for Home Affairs.
We support constitutional recognition and a First Nations Voice to Parliament
We support the ‘yes’ campaign on a Voice to Parliament. We believe that it will be a powerful tool for advocacy that can strengthen grass-roots campaigning.
Join us for the Walk for Justice NSW 2023!
Join us for the Walk for Justice NSW 2023 on Tues 16 May to celebrate the impact of pro bono legal service
Case File: Coronial inquest into the death of Mr Yeeda
On 3 May 2018, Mr Yeeda, a 19-year-old Aboriginal man, died at the West Kimberly Regional Prison whilst serving a 14-month custodial term of imprisonment.
Re-booting the CopWatch police accountability app
We have re-booted CopWatch – a groundbreaking app, website and training programme to educate people about their rights when filming police interactions with community.
Seeking answers on the death of Todd McKenzie from NSW Police
We are working with the family of Todd McKenzie to secure answers and accountability from NSW Police through a coronial inquest.
Want to volunteer for us? Join our projects team!
We’re on the look out for a Project Support Volunteer to help us create change through our flagship projects!
Calling on parliament to act on violence against First Nations women and girls
Drawing on the experience of our clients, we drew the parliament’s attention to the systemic failures to address violence against Indigenous women and children.
We are hiring! First Nations Solicitor
The NJP is offering a fixed-term paid training opportunity for a solicitor who identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. The successful candidate will be offered a 12-month contract.