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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Justice

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Tuesday, 12 February 2013 22:07

A Lenten invitation

Ash Wednesday marks the 5th anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations. The Justice Network invites you to celebrate the Apology and begin your Lenten journey by focusing your prayer, fasting and giving of alms on a specific justice issue for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sisters and brothers.

A new book by ‘concerned Australians’ is an important historical record focusing on the Senate Committee Inquiry into the Stronger Futures legislation. It shows how the Government decision-making process chose to ignore the views and ideas expressed by many Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory communities in much the same way as has happened since colonisation. This book will be launched in Sydney on 5 November. 

Tuesday, 21 August 2012 17:52

Transformed by neighbours

Sister Esmey Herscovitch rscj talks about the work at The Gathering Place among the Aboriginal community at Redfern. Her story reveals a fundamental element in the pursuit of social justice that we can apply to daily life, writes Giselle Lapitan.

Thursday, 09 August 2012 13:37

Walking with Indigenous people

A campaign to forge a path to justice for Indigenous people is being launched by Caritas Australia this month. And the inaugural "Walk As One Forum' on 25-26 August 2012 will be of great interest to those working in social justice and development, particularly for those working with Indigenous communities.


CRA joins in the voices advocating for Indigenous communities to determine their own future and live free from fear. Sr Suzette Clark rsc of the CRA Justice Network shows how you can make your voice heard.

Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) supports the call of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights to investigate whether the proposed Stronger Futures legislation complies with Australia’s obligation to human rights.

Napitji Napitji. “ I teach you; you teach me.” These words express the concept of a mutual exchange from which people learn from each other and grow all the richer. Sister Louise McKeogh fma shares the gift that comes from listening to Indigenous peoples’ stories.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 10:06

National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week 2012 poster The week of 27 May to 3 June commemorates two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey – the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision.

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