We take a look at the impact of discrimination in Australia’s hospitals and medical centres – and how we can secure health justice.
The family of Ricky “Dougie” Hampson has announced that the NSW Coroner will investigate the death of their beloved son.
The family of Kamilaroi/Dunghutti man Dougie Hampson, who died of perforated ulcers after sent home from hospital in 2021, need your help demanding an inquest. Sign the petition here.
In NAIDOC Week, we announce the three young writers of the 2022 Naomi Williams Wiradjuri Poetry Prize and celebrate their poems on Respect, Recognition and Reconciliation.
First Nations Peoples can now report experiences of interpersonal and institutional racism with Call it Out, a national secure online reporting tool.
The State body responsible for caring for children in Western Australia has been caught out failing to follow medical advice and provide adequate care to a First Nations child with disabilities. According to testimony at the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability yesterday, doctors’ recommendations for assessment and treatment were not followed by the Department, leading to delays in diagnosis and access to treatment.
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.