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36 years ago two First Nations children died on a lonely stretch of highway near Bourke, in western New South Wales.  Not a day goes by that their families are not reminded of their loss and they have never stopped

On October 27, LawHack 2023: Rights of the Child came to life with flying colours!💥 Alongside the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research, we harnessed the intellectual firepower of more than 45 legal professionals in one room to generate

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.
Today on International Women’s Day (IWD) we’re celebrating the women change-makers who are leading the fight for social justice in Australia! 
In this explainer, we take a look at the impact of the High-Risk Serious Offenders Act on Indigenous people in Western Australia.
We take a look at the impact of discrimination in Australia’s hospitals and medical centres - and how we can secure health justice.
“I think once people are able to take a different world perspective…then they can have a more generous and compassionate view of the world that other people are in and struggles other people are having.”
Having grown up surrounded by human rights and social justice matters, it comes as no surprise that Steve Castan is an extremely hands-on and invested Chair of the National Justice Project’s Board.
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