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Talking Justice 2017 now available on YouTube

Videos from Talking Justice 2017 are now available on our YouTube channel, including the Opening Night address by the Hon. Chief Justice Diana Bryant AO. This year’s topics ranged from the current challenges facing the Family Court, to kids in detention, the rights of transgender children, the impact of digital disruption on individual rights and social […]

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Talking Justice returns for Law Week 2017

Talking Justice returns to the Ulumbarra Theatre for Law Week on 19-20 May 2017. For the fourth year, Loddon Campaspe CLC invites Bendigo to come together to hear some of the country’s finest writers, lawyers, activists and commentators tackle some of our more vexing social and legal dilemmas. This year our Moderator is Damien Carrick, […]

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Employment Opportunity: Senior Lawyer (Rumbalara Health-Justice Partnership)

Full time (1.0 EFT) until 30th September 2018. Flexibility in the EFT requirements may be available to selected applicants We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Are you a mature and dynamic lawyer, passionate about social justice and want to work in one of Victoria’s most culturally vibrant and beautiful regional areas? ARC Justice is a leading […]

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Is anybody out there?

It is often a challenge for community agencies, let alone members of the public, to figure out which is the most appropriate service to contact for assistance. Understanding what services are available to address conflict or disputes can be tricky. Sometimes problems have no apparent solution and existing systems and services are inadequate. To try and bridge […]

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Partnerships with local Aboriginal cooperatives

In response to the disproportionate impact family violence has on Aboriginal communities and the lack of culturally appropriate legal solutions, an important component of our Why didn’t you ask? project is the development of partnerships with Aboriginal communities across the region. It is also apparent from the inherent shaming and blaming of Aboriginal people for the […]

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